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Izzy Kalman on September 6, 2022
To stop accusations from turning into devastating, ongoing bullying, a simple "magic response" does the trick.
Izzy Kalman on January 17, 2022
A dolphin trainer discovered a more effective solution to bullying than the one developed by the world's foremost bullying authority.
Izzy Kalman on November 9, 2021
The true purpose of Bullying Prevention Awareness Months may be to provide free advertising for the anti-bullying industry.
Izzy Kalman on September 2, 2021
A kinder approach to political differences can help the country's mental health.
Izzy Kalman on July 13, 2021
Commentary: Official psychology has been dedicated to promoting social harmony. Is its unscientific political activism accomplishing the opposite?
Izzy Kalman on June 10, 2021
A TikTok video of a mother doing the "crumpled paper" exercise with her children has gone viral. However, it is fundamentally flawed and promotes fragility.
Izzy Kalman on January 11, 2021
Australian researcher Karen Healy hits the nail on the head for ending the bullying problem while challenging the bullying orthodoxy that has been failing.
Izzy Kalman on October 20, 2020
Part 2: Bullying researcher Dan Olweus passed away on Sept. 20, 2020. We can work to fulfill Olweus's dream, though it may require a change of perspective.
Izzy Kalman on October 9, 2020
Despite his vast influence, his passing has been passed over by the news media.
Izzy Kalman on July 14, 2020
Bullying researchers need to recognize the flaws that prevent them from finding a reliably effective approach to reducing bullying.
Izzy Kalman on June 13, 2020
You may be tempted to sue your child's school if bullying continues despite your repeated complaints. But if you do, it could be the worst decision you ever make.
Izzy Kalman on March 23, 2020
My daughter, an art teacher in elementary school, has discovered the hard way how antibullyism has made the teaching profession more difficult and precarious.
Izzy Kalman on March 12, 2020
Influential Conservative/Christian blogger and author Matt Walsh correctly objects to antibullyism, but focuses on the wrong reasons.
Izzy Kalman on December 30, 2019
Psychological researchers need to consider the possibility that the anti-bullying policies they promote may only make matters worse for kids like Tristan.
Izzy Kalman on December 11, 2019
Part 2: If the First Lady is to succeed in her mission to reduce bullying in schools, here is the radically different approach she needs to take.
Izzy Kalman on December 10, 2019
The problem of bullying demands a courageous new approach.
Izzy Kalman on October 9, 2019
A new research study examines what happens after students inform the school authorities when they are bullied.
Izzy Kalman on June 13, 2019
The world is eagerly awaiting results of Wisconsin's laws that fine parents of bullies. While it is likely to make matters worse, we are ignoring the truly best solution.
Izzy Kalman on May 24, 2019
Bully insurance now offered to parents in Japan will most likely ensure that the bullying problem intensifies. Here's why.
Izzy Kalman on May 1, 2019
Researchers propose that "13 Reasons Why" is responsible for an uptick in suicide. But what might the study really show?