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Bully in Sight: How to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying - Overcoming the silence and denial by which abuse thrives

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Review
Powerful, compassionate, practical (Nursing Times, 1/1/97) Review: Thank you for writing Bully in sight ... it's like a torch in the darkness -- survivor of bullying - name on file, 3/3/98

Will be eagerly read by those waiting for an update [to Andrea Adams' book] -- Times Educational Supplement, 3/7/97

Synopsis
Bully In Sight is a comprehensive guide on how to predict, resist, challenge and combat bullying in the workplace. Find out why some people become bullies while others become victims, and how and why the bullies victims are picked. '

From the Author
This is the book I so desperately needed when I was being bullied out of my job.

From the Back Cover
Discover the difference between bullying and management, explore over 80 ways of taking action against bullies, learn how and why bullies choose their victims, see why some people become bullies whilst others become victims, obtain advice on how to identify and deal with the serial bully, learn to recognise bullying's foreseeable psychiatric injury, develop awareness of bullies' tactics and learn defence strategies.
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Bullying is widespread. Surveys suggest that over half the population has experienced or witnessed bullying at some time in their lives. Even this figure may be conservative.

Being bullied is an unnecessary hell. It destroys individuals, wrecks families, devastates lives and livelihoods, and costs both employers and the State dear. It does not toughen people up, instead it weakens, disempowers and destroys. It does not aid survival, instead threatens our existence. It does not promote long-term growth and prosperity, but favours short-term expediency at the expense of the long term. And, as with other forms of violation and trespass, only those who have suffered it fully appreciate the sheer awfulness of daily unremitting abuse that has no answer, no reason, no value and no end. In the last decade of the twentieth century, workplace bullying is, in my view, the second greatest social evil after child abuse, with which there are many parallels.

The book is available on Amazon at https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0952912104/.



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