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The Dark Clouds Brought About by Bullying


Bullying is the use of force, coercion, hurtful teasing or threat, to abuse, aggressively dominate, or intimidate an individual perceived as inferior and vulnerable. It is a longstanding pandemic in any human society, and it had destroyed countless lives. It can start as a harmless joke. But when done repeatedly, it can escalate to physical and emotional abuse. Anyone can be a victim of bullying, but the most severe cases are done on little children and teenagers. It can be at school, within the neighborhood, and unfortunately, sometimes at home.

But what if the victim decides to fight back? Will it be the end of it? Or will it be a harbinger for worse situations?

Ken Liljenquist found himself in the same position, and in his book, “An Outcast Life,” he recounts his experience as a bullied high school kid. He shares a portion of his life to shedding light on the darkness that envelops bullying victims and a kind of love that can heal hearts.

As a relatively small teenager, Liljenquist had become a subject of mockery and physical bullying. However, a day came when he had enough and decided to fight back. Instead of putting an end to being bullied, he was perceived as a troublesome, violent, disgrace to humanity. He was met with cold stares and prejudice at school. At home, he suffered misplaced wrath from his father. With nowhere to turn to, he was reminded of the great unconditional love from a great Savior.

The book will pull heartstrings and enlighten the minds of people to take the effects of bullying seriously. It’ll transport every reader into an emotional journey that explores the wounds and unheard battles of bullying victims. Liljenquist’s wordsmanship artfully illustrates the pains and sufferings of the people who are going through what he had gone through. Readers who are into creative writing will find familiarity in the contents of this book. It is excellently written.

The book will make readers gaze into the dark clouds around the victims but will certainly shine light through its silver linings. Grab your copy now.

Buy the book at:

An Outcast Life
Author: Ken Liljenquist
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: April 2021
Genre: Memoir
About the Author
Ken Liljenquist currently lives in Pocatello, Idaho. After serving in the military, including a year in Vietnam, he married and had seven children. They moved over fifty times with Ken trying to keep employed while battling severe mood swings. His work included laying carpet, roofing and plastering swimming pools. He is now married to Julie (Larsen) Liljenquist. Julie has three children. Ken and Julie enjoy serving in their church visiting relatives, fishing and golfing. Ken still battles severe mood swings, but loves his life, family and church. He appreciates life every day and is thankful to God for it with all its challenges.

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