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Don't Let Bullies Ruin Your Life

by Uche Nnoka

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"UK anti-bullying organisation BeatBullying estimates that 170,000 children will miss school every day as a result of the bullying they are suffering…”

Having experienced years of verbal abuse because of her height, Uche Nnoka fully understands the emotions, patterns of behaviour and coping mechanisms that victims of bullying develop. Don’t Let Bullies Ruin Your Life explores the low points of Uche’s teenage years and explains how she managed to navigate her way back to wholeness.

Lovingly speaking to all wounded souls still overwhelmed by bullying, Uche uses her personal story, and easily applicable steps that may help you deal with your harrowing experiences, to encourage you to get your life back.
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