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Bully in Sight: How to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying - Overcoming the silence and denial by which abuse thrives Paperback – 1996

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Powerful, compassionate, practical (Nursing Times, 1/1/97) Review: Thank you for writing Bully in sight ... it's like a torch in the darkness -- survivor of bullying - name on file, 3/3/98

Will be eagerly read by those waiting for an update [to Andrea Adams' book] -- Times Educational Supplement, 3/7/97

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This is the book I so desperately needed when I was being bullied out of my job.

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87 of 87 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Jun. 2004
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Bully in sight made me aware what was happening to me and some of the other people I worked with. It made it clear that bullying is not management. I finally took a stand after 2 breakdowns and took my employer to court. The result was 7 managers joined her and ganged up to eliminate me. I managed to get all this recorded and left a massive paper trail. The result was my company paid me to leave when they realised that I could clearly show that they victimised me. (This is why I am anonymous).
Bully in sight tells you what bullying is, it tells you how to prove it, it gives you some ideas on how to play the game and who to ask for for help. It informs you why your colleagues will disappear and why grievance procedures don't work. It gives you an idea why you are suffering from stress and other weird illnesses when you have never been ill before.
The only downside is the law section is a bit out of date but you can buy an employment law book to help you with that.
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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Jan. 2002
I have been following Tim Field's work closely since 1998 - visiting his ever-evolving Web site weekly. I read "Bully in Sight" from cover to cover twice. It provided me with invaluable and indispensable help in coping with stalkers and bullies. I have dedicated the last 5 years to the study of the Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). Most narcissists are bullies. Few have captured the essence of bullying and stalking as Tim has. His work has given hope to many - the trapped and desperate victims of bullying, harassment and stalking. His book and Web site should be the first stop on the road to recovery and healing.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Judy Porter on 13 April 2009
This book could only have been written by someone who has "walked the walk". This is an issue that most of us think that we have left behind at school but in truth some bullies just become much more skilled. I worked for 7 years in a job I loved which was tainted by a female manipulative bully. There were times when I felt I was only one who could see through it. This book has "light bulb" moments on every page where you realise that weird hard to explain feeling you have when a bully is manipulating you is explainable. He explains why they are so frustrating and why you cant just "stick up for yourself". unfortunately I left work to go into business with another bully(didnt realise till too late) and did not have even the union to back me up or work collegues. This book has helped me realise what is going on and I also realise that I am fault to a degree in that I am very trusting and very forgiving which fine qualities in themselves they have no place with bullies and hold no water with them. After a good deal of distance and the weirdest health problems now clearing up(I think your body tries to tell you something is wrong first) I am now feeling strong to learn from this and possibly have to take this second bully on a few more times with the help of this book and a lawyer ! I am also going to look at myself as although I think I am quite assertive this works well with "normal People" but not with bullies. I feel with bullies I am scared of them and become passive. brilliant brilliant book and explains soo well why bullies persist in this behaviour as it is soo difficult to understand. However Tim Field nails them on the head and describes the attitude towards themselves that lies at the heart of them. If they didnt cause so much damage then one could almost feel sympathy ! but not quite!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm on 25 Oct. 2008
This book is absolutely brilliant. I am in the process of recovering from a horrendous experience of bullying in the workplace, in my case in one of the so-called caring professions; where it appears that in some places bullying is allowed to thrive unchecked. This book has proved to be a light in the darkness to me, it is practical and insightful, and more than anything, validates my experience. It has been so comforting to realise that I am not alone in my feelings, and that I have not failed somehow as a person. This book has helped me to recognise that the manager who exhibited bullying behaviour towards me may have a borderline sociopathic personality tendency. I wish that society in general had a better comprehension of the insidious and profoundly damaging nature of bullying in the workplace; too many people seem to believe that bullying only happens in the school playground, or that it is a form of management technique. My experience of workplace bullying has destroyed, possibly permanently,my future prospects within a career which I loved, is likely to cost me my home, and has had an ongoing detrimental effect upon my physical and mental health. I regard this book as a Godsend to anyone suffering from bullying in their workplace. The advice and insights within are so helpful that I believe the material could be used in schools in order to educate the workforce of the future, and hopefully reduce the likelihood of others being damaged by this awful experience.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Ann Mary D. Ford on 11 Sept. 2008
Tim Fields book is absolutely excellent and I have used it on numerous occasions for clients who are being bullied at work. I work as an Executive Business and Life Coach and work with clients in the health arena. The many clients I have worked with who have been bullied, this book gives them insight and hope and reassurance they are not mad but being violated and abused at work.

The clients who are stressed out, burnt out and bullied out have their "eureka moment" once they get through the first few chapters, seeing the shift and refocus is truly humbling as a health professional of many years.

There are a number of books out there on workplace bullying but this one is the rolls royce and continues to be so. The website is also an extraordinary support for those recovering and those enabling others to move forward and regain their personal power.

Tims analysis of the actual bully and behaviours is spot on, the cause is multifacted and clearly identifed in the book - a gift for anyone who has been bullied and for their loved ones who are sometimes the forgotten carers.
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