My Do’s and Don’t’s for Bully-Proofing Your Child.

Discover how to bullyproof your child or any child in your care

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This book is a “How to” that helps parents know what to do and what NOT to do when teaching their child how to avoid becoming a target for bullies.

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Markus Horner

About the Author

This is the nickel version of my life story.I grew up in Southeast Dallas, Texas ( That section of Dallas is known as Pleasant Grove. Trust me when I say, it was anything but pleasant. ) It was and still is a very rough part of Dallas. Unbeknownst to me at the time I had been born with Tourettes Syndrome ( TS ), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder ( OCD ), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( ADHD ). During the mid-1990’s I coined the phrase Tourettes Trifecta to describe my situation. My father was a violent alcoholic, my mother was an addict, and my brother was both. I developed PTSD before I was 16 because of how violent my father was or so says Dr. Vasavada, a psychiatrist.After dropping out of high school in the eleventh grade ( The 2nd time thru. This is very misleading because about twenty years later it would be determined that my IQ was 141. This is considered genius level. It turns out that I was just bored in high school. ) So, I joined the military in the hopes of escaping the daily bullying from the neighborhood kids. Unfortunately, that did not go as planned. I was still being bullied because of the tics that are part of the trifecta.After being discharged from the military I got into commercial sales. I did really well but it was the corporate politics that finally drove me away. So I started my own business on the side working as a maintenance man while still in sales. For the next twenty-seven years, I was self-employed. I owned a residential maintenance business. When I was sixty-four I started writing. Since then I have written three books, and more articles than I can even remember that have been published in other people’s books, magazines, Newspapers, ( I was an Op-ed columnist for The Dallas Morning News for about a year. ) and online than I can even remember.This will give you a very good idea of what kind of life I have lived. My complete autobiography is currently for sale on Amazon. It is titled “Consistently Persistent, Living with the Tourette Trifecta.” It has been anything but dull. Trying as hell maybe, but never boring.You might also want to check out my website about bullying at

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