After a daylong symposium that discussed all aspects of bullying, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper referred readers to us for answers. (Click here to read the story.)

We appreciate the reference, and are committed to answers. Like every state in the nation, Wisconsin has its share of bullying problems: one in every four high school students in the state have experienced bullying, according to the Wisconsin Youth Risk Behavior Survey. And the state has recently passed legislation regarding bullying, the problems have yet to dissipate.

If you haven’t done this yet, here are a few steps you can take to help us promote solutions:

1. Visit our site,, to sign up for our free 30-day Bully Boot Camp series of short video tips. It’s a great intro to our methodology.

Verbal Self Defense Team
Verbal Self Defense Team

2. Become a facebook fan of Manage Bullying and keep up-to-date with all new developments. (Soon, we’ll be announcing a new course especially for autism spectrum families, and if you know someone you’ll definitely want to be in-the-know)

3. Follow us on twitter (managebullying)

4. Recommend our learning materials to anyone in need of extra support, particularly parents and teachers.

5. Keep firm in the belief that things can and will change, as long as everyone remains committed to solutions.

Master Chan Lee
J.K. Lee Tae Kwon Do
Co-Developer of Manage Bullying: Answers for Parents