Twin Justice Survived (Our Stories of Bullying) offers a unique perspective of what it is like as a young adult to be bullied. Bullying isn’t just “child’s play.” Bullying makes us all losers because it can destroy lives. Many children who have been bullied withdraw from others, robbing our society of creativity. Other children lash out at their tormentors, perpetuating a cycle of violence which can lead to horrific results such as the massacre at Columbine High School.
The book tells the story of the Wilson Twins. The twins, Rainee and Renee, are bullied unmercifully as children but then, as adults, they come back to settle the score. The astonishing nature of Twin Justice Survived will take your breath away!
Twin Justice Survived offers a unique twist from other bullying stories on the market. It offers a strong message to the bully.
Be aware, we survive, we grow up, and we become stronger. Revenge is always ugly. The question is how will you handle it?
Sandy Logan is a writer, songwriter, and a business woman who has seen many stories about surviving bullying abuse. There have been recent acts among various groups, organizations and celebrities to prevent bullying. Sandy is hoping her message will assist with the effort and perhaps give the bully a second thought when they have and urge to tease and ridicule an individual. She hopes that her book will raise enough attention to make bullying not just a conversation piece, but one that will force action by everyone. Please feel free to share your thoughts about Twin Justice Survived. If you found the message to the bullies helpful, please inspire others to read the book. The intent is to give the bully second thoughts about pursuing devilish deeds. There are also positive messages for the one being abused; basically, trouble doesn't last forever. Live your life. Remember, the more we continue to talk about bullying, the more focus it gains in our schools, our work place, and our minds.
This book shows the Bully that sometimes payback can occur much later in their life. The moral of this story is to the extreme. However, the message is still the same - Don't Bully.
Indirect bullying includes spreading rumors or stories about someone telling others about something that was told to you in private, and excludingothers from groups. An example would be if you started a rumor that a boy in your because you thought it was funny. This would be indirect bullying. Indirect bullying accounts for 18.5% of all bullying.
Intimidation is when a bully threatens someone else and frightens that person enough to make him or her do what the bully wants.
Social alienation is when a bully excludes someone from a group on purpose. It also includes a bully spreading rumors, and also making fun of someone by pointing out their differences.
Physical bullying includes any physical contact that would hurt or injure a person like hitting, kicking punching, etc. Taking something that belongs to someone else and destroying it would alsobe considered a type of physical bullying. For example, if someone was walking down the street and someone came up to them and shoved them to the ground, that would be physical bullying. In elementaryand middle schools, 30.5% of all bullying is physical.
Cyberbullying is done by sending messages, pictures, or information using electronic media, computers (email and instant messages), or cell phones (text messaging and voicemail). For instance, if you senta picture of a snake in an email to a person because you know that they are afraid of snakes, that wouldbe an example of cyberbullying. According to a survey done in 2003 only 4% of bullying is listed as "other types" and this would include cyberbullying. Even though this number seems small, the growth of this typeof bullying is going up fast because of the spread of technology around the world.