LOS ANGELES, July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Author, Dr. Andrew Manley pens his second book entitled, "Urban Bully." With its controversial and much anticipated release, Dr. Manley provides a birds-eye view into the "Bully Syndrome" that plagues our nation's schools. With well over 22 years experience with troubled teens in the inner-city of South Los Angeles, CA., Dr. Manley in this compelling work explains the social dysfunctionality that haunts our society and how it manifests through bullying.
"With teen suicide reaching an all time high, bullying can be linked to far too many cases," states Manley. "I felt the need to address a segment of society that is often overlooked, the inner-city, and why bullying traits can be evident based upon other home-life triggers and conditions."
"Dr. Manley breaks down the Bully Syndrome and explains why the victim, society and the bully all suffer. That is why we must put an end to the Bully Syndrome," Dr. Jeff Gardere, Psychologist featured expert on "Inside Edition," "Hannity," "Lou Dobbs Tonight," "Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA)," "Anderson Cooper 360," "Fox & Friends" and "Celebrity Crime Files."
Dr. Andrew Manley is a graduate of California State University, Los Angeles where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Journalism/Public Relations and a graduate of Pacific Western University where he received a PhD in Educational Administration. Additionally, Dr. Manley was the founder and principal of New West Technical Academy, a special education school for at-risk youth in South Los Angeles for over 22 years and is a formally trained and ordained Protestant Minister.
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