Conflicted Loyalties: The Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin saga continues by Dr. Jack Singer

The latest edition of the Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin saga exposes a very interesting conflict for the players, in particular.  It goes something like this (and these are my words):  “To win continually, we have learned to develop and nurture a culture of togetherness, fun and having each others’ back.”  So when these are the core values … Continue reading

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Should victims be made to bear their bully’s burden?

As those of you who follow me on Facebook already know, our daughter was injured and missed a week of school as a result of being struck from behind by a classmate while standing in line. Without going into the details nor attempting to villainize the other child as both girls are just 7 years … Continue reading

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Bullying is not just a schoolyard problem . . .

According to the 5 time bestselling author, who’s latest book “Your Kids Are Your Own Fault” Larry Winget, little schoolyard bullies often grow up to be be big, workplace bullies. While Larry, who was a member of our guest panel (which also included criminal profiler Pat Brown and think Like A Black Belt’s Jim Bouchard), … Continue reading

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Is it just me or is there something off with the Rodemeyer family?

They are calm . . . maybe a little too calm was one of the first thoughts that came to mind as I watched the always adept Anderson Cooper interview Jamey Rodemeyer’s family last evening on CNN. There seemed to be a orchestrated response to Cooper’s questions that lacked the expected and understandable emotions of a … Continue reading

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