Rome Resident Shares His Story in a New Book ‘BULLYPROOF’

Brian Seetge from Rome shares his story and gives tips on helping children deal with bullies in the third edition of ‘BULLYPROOF: Unleash the Hero Inside Your Kid.’ Naomi Lynn/TSM Owner of Side Kicks Karate, Brian Seetge stopped by the Lite 98.7 Studio to talk about his part in the latest ‘BULLYPROOF’ book. Brian dealt…

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Bullying in today’s School “part 2”

What are some things that actually don’t work and how can they affect kids? What does not work is ignoring the problem it is not going away! We see so many adults look the other way and push the problem to someone else. I feel that bullying is not a school problem or a state…

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Bullying in today’s School “part 1”

My Story “When I was younger, I was picked on for a few things mostly because I had a disability,” says Brian Seetge, a child development expert in Rome, NY. “I used to go to physical therapist in elementary school who would come and pull me out of class to work on balance and coordination…

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The Problem of Bullying in our Schools

There is over whelming amount of school violence happening is schools today, and the new school polices have tried to help stop bulling, and schools assumed greater responsibility for helping school staff ensure students’ safety. As pressure increases to place officers in schools, police agencies must decide how best to contribute to student safety. Will…

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THE SCIENCE OF THE STRETCH

From our earliest experiences in gym class, we’ve all been told to warm up and stretch before we exercise or train. True, warming up and stretching are important parts of any exercise session; the key is knowing when to perform them, and in what order. Stretching before workouts has been standard advice from fitness experts…

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Saving the Bad Apples!

Have you ever had a client that has pushed all the right buttons? One who has done everything in his or her power to get you to explode and say, “You, get out of here – or I’ll__________!!!” Don’t hide how you feel; learn how to turn the feelings into a productive situation and turn…

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Vehicle Safety Tips

Crime statistics show that one vehicle is stolen every 20 seconds in the North America. Stolen cars, vans, trucks, and motorcycles cost victims time and money – and increase everyone’s insurance premiums. They’re also often used to commit other crimes. Basic Prevention Never leave your keys in the car or ignition. Always lock your car,…

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If You Where Attacked (part three)

Riding The Bus or Streetcar During off hours, ride as near the operator as possible. If you are going to be out late, make sure you have cab fare. If someone on the bus bothers you, change seats and tell the operator. Have your fare or pass ready in hand when boarding the bus. At…

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If You Are Attacked – Part two

 Part two If the attacker threatens you with a deadly weapon, and you come out of it alive, you took the proper course of action. During an armed attack, you must decide the proper course of action. There is no hard and fast rule as to self defense. You must consider your physical capabilities, your…

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Safety Tips (part one)

If You Are Attacked – Part one You have to have a loved one or something massive to have a reason to survive. Use common sense. Try to talk your way out of it. Try to negotiate. Stall for time. Be verbally assertive. Distract or divert the assailant, then flee. Run toward an open business or…

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