Bullying 2012

June 24, 2012

If you've ever worked with children, you know that the worse age is Middle School or what we call Jr. High here in the city. I taught many grades, but the worst are grades 6-8 where puberty occurs and the onset of emotional problems are in full swing. I worked as a substitute teacher for one day in a Jr. High and vowed "Never again".

No one bothered me but all these kids could do was curse and be disrespectful toward each other. One boy, 14, who had been left back and was taller than the others, threatened to throw another boy out the window because he said something. I called security who couldn't control either boy -> they were both removed from the classroom by two burly male security guards as the rest of the class cheered them on ... and this was not a ghetto school. Thankfully the bell rang to signal the end of the period ... the end of the day ... and the end of my time as a Jr. High School teacher. From there I taught in High School where I enjoyed my time with the students.

Let's look at the saga of Karen Klein, a woman my age, who works as a bus chaperone in upstate NY, and the acts of disrespect and violence against her reported this month. This is far from an isolated incident in schools across the country especially in areas where children are abused and genetic patterning is at a low frequency of behavior. As this is June, I have been reading school teachers who can site similar stories about abuse towards other school employees not just bus drivers and chaperones.

Bullying of teachers more damaging in online era --   AP - June 24, 2012
The bullying that bus monitor Karen Klein endured on a ride home from an upstate New York school was painful and egregious, but also shows how student harassment of teachers and administrators has become more spiteful and damaging in the online era. Much attention has been paid to students who bully students in class, after school and on the Internet. Less has been given to equally disturbing behavior by students who harass instructors, principals and other adults.


Now let's shift to bullying and worse by teachers towards students and the horrific story of Jerry Sandusky also my age - and how he permanently damaged the lives of so many boys, perhaps others who never spoke out. On June 22, 2012, Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 charges of sexual abuse. Did you ever doubt he was guilty?

Why are people surprised at these things, not to mention homosexual acts that many men desire and have to hide due to society. Yes a man can have gay sex outside the home then go home to his wife and have sex with her. Does anything in this reality make sense? No ... and it never did. Hasn't life taught us that humans are sexually driven - that people in power tend to abuse sex, and that having one partner in a lifetime is generally not the norm. From people who study metaphysics and seek their twin flame - to those who want to meet The One and have a normal life - to those who just want a fun night out - sex is a major motivating factor behind everything especially now that men can take a pill and have sex in later years. It is primal and often not about love and fun but about control, abuse, and bullying.


Bullying may start - and be mostly associated with childhood - but it needs to be understood in the bipolar pattern of abuse and victimization which is far more prevalent in the adult world. It's about children who are bullied and abused at home repeating the pattern outside the home and later into adult life. It's about mental illness undiagnosed and unchecked. Is it any wonder people look to metaphysics as a way of handling those who try to control them (bullying) and seek compassion and caring - love and light. We examine mental illnesses from an adult perspective, but the answers always go back to childhood.

Most often when I read clients who tell me they want to move forward but are burned out and blocked, we have to travel back not only to their childhood but to their DNA codes. They say, "I just want to talk about myself not my family," but herein lies the root cause of everything in one's life. We may know about genetic patterning and human disorders, but many people don't. A good psychic reading covers all bases ... for how else can one move forward... What makes me happy is I can cut through sessions of psycho-babble and cut to the chase in one session. If the client's emotional problems need medication - I always recommend seeing a professional. Going holistic ... organic? Why not ... if that works. Whatever it takes to get the brain (computer) to create some degree of balance to attract positive experiences.