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Every office has one - loud, rude, egotistical, two-faced, and sometimes even dangerous. Left to their own devices, an office bully can turn your livelihood into a living nightmare. Carrie Clark, co-founder of the California Healthy Workplace Advocates, who promotes anti-bullying policy throughout the country, defines what qualifies as bullying and how to stand up to a growing problem that she describes as a national "epidemic".

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Comment by Mike Oliver on July 2, 2010 at 12:08pm
Right. The idea behind Verbal Judo is to stop the bullying and get voluntary compliance before it hurts you.

Punches hurt too, but only when you get hit.
Comment by Lisa Clark on July 2, 2010 at 11:56am
Scary how frequent workplace bullying is... They say the HR department is ill equipped to deal with the situation. No one is well-equipped. Even with verbal judo, bullying still hurts.

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