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Author of The Week | Lydia Greico

About the Author Lydia Greico has a master’s degree in occupational studies and is licensed as a psychiatric technician. Psychiatric technicians advocate for people who cannot advocate for themselves. Greico is now retired from this profession, but she still advocates...

Earth’s Zero Hour :Chapter 0ne |Chris Shockowitz

Chapter 1: Another Long Day 2027 Admiral Joshua Striker left his fourth meeting this morning tired and hungry. As he walked the halls of Bastion Alpha, he returned the salutes of military personnel as they passed by and said hi to the civilian workers that made eye...

ASSURANCE

Freedom from doubt is what belief is about. We can handle many obstacles that try to prevent Us from achieving our goals when we're confident in what we believe. Living to grow places Us in a protective state because growth assures us that we are moving forward. If we...

AN ESSAY IN WRITING | Jean Quintana

Author of Soul Therapy, a Game of Intuition      Consider taking on the task of writing an essay using a limited number of words, say 700 words for instance. Maybe it’s a contest about writing well. The rules are quite clear and concise. Then there are the other...

Steps to the Father | Vince Blaize

Vince Blaize is an author, teacher and an anointed Bible expositor. He teaches the word with authority, inspiring his audience to rise to the purpose of God in their life. He earned an M.A degree from Cornerstone University in Clinical Christian Counseling in 2004 and...

The Bear by James C. McElroy

Having successfully published The Bear I am often asked "how does one go about writing a book?" In my case it started years ago when my children were young. Traveling in the car or at home on the weekends I would often tell them stories. Stories which I made up though...

One Caregiver’s Journey | Eleanor Gaccetta

Are you a caregiver or about to become a caregiver? If so, One Caregiver’s Journey is a MUST read for you. This book is a treasure trove of stories with information and suggestions to make caregiving less of a challenge. Reading One Caregiver’s Journey you will feel as though you are in the author’s living room listening as she is telling her story and offering support and an abundance of information. Grab a copy at: www.onecaregiversjourney.com

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About the Author

Lydia Greico has a master’s degree in occupational studies and is licensed as a psychiatric technician. Psychiatric technicians advocate for people who cannot advocate for themselves. Greico is now retired from this profession, but she still advocates for those who need it.

Greico has authored two other books and articles on different subjects. She earned her MA degree from California State University at Long Beach in 2006. It took her four years to complete this book, as it brought back many painful memories.

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What is a bully? Who gets bullied? What is a scapegoat? Why do people get bullied? How far back in history does bullying go? What were the worst cases of bullying in history? These are the questions Lydia Greico M.A. answers in “Because It’s Wrong: Bullies vs. Nazis” (published by AuthorHouse), because she believes bullying seems to be a way of life these days.

The book was written as a teaching tool and talks about all the reasons for bullying, going into depth and showing incidents of bullying. It discusses who gets bullied, why people get bullied and the possible solutions to bullying.

“The concept of my book is that bullying is wrong. We were created in God’s own image and likeness. Shouldn’t we be treating each other a bit differently? Respecting one another and embracing our differences not forcing our beliefs on someone who doesn’t or wasn’t raised the way we were? Everyone is different and shouldn’t be damned for their differences.

I hope that someone will learn from this book and aid in my campaign against bullying. To all victims of bullying, stay the course, don’t give up. Educate yourself whether it be taking self-defense classes or going to someone you are close to and talk to them. Tell the teachers if you are being bullied. Tell your parents. Above all, know you are not alone and someone cares. “Don’t tap out.”

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