Dr. Helen Ritchie’s newly released “The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools” sheds light on an unpopular opinion on teachers bullying that lowers esteem

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“The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools” from Christian Faith Publishing author Dr. Helen Ritchie is a comprehensive account of the reality of teachers bullying students that germinates dissent among the youth.

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“The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools”: a scholarly narrative that highlights the prevalence of teacher bullying and how it inspires students to accept abuse as a norm in schools “The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools” is the creation of published author Dr. Helen Ritchie, a group counselor who conducts sixth- to twelfth-grade students, a teacher, and journal writer.

Dr. Ritchie shares, “This book is about the ways teachers and school administrations bully children. Teachers and school officials are powerful people in a child’s life. Schools and teachers are gatekeepers to success in life or indelible hurt and failure. Children bullied by such powerful people have scars that last a lifetime. This book explains the roots of bullying and case studies of children bullied by teachers.

“When teachers bully students, other students observe. They know whom it is okay to bully and how to bully and get away with it. How many follow their teachers’ example? Bullied children become targets for other children to bully. Teachers are teaching bully tactics. Until teachers stop bullying, students will continue to bully each other.

“When early childhood children are bullied, they have no concept that they are being bullied by teachers. Not only do they not know what to do about the bad feelings that result, but they also do not know it is a result of teacher bullying. There is no way they know how to get help.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Helen Ritchie’s new book emphasizes the importance of rehabilitating students and putting their interests in a better position in which educators can greatly supervise and dispel any form of bullying.

This book seeks to create a healthier environment for both students and teachers by understanding the cons of bullying and reminding them of the repercussions of such an act on the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of children.

View the synopsis of “The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Kids in Far Left Field: Children Bullied by Schools,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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