What parents can do if they find out their child is bullying others

For one out of five kids, being bullied is a problem they will face sometime during their education. But what if your child isn't the victim of bullying, but rather, the perpetrator of it?. If you suspect your child is a bully, there are healthy ways to address the issue with your child. Many experts seem to agree that bullying is primarily about power — or rather, the lack thereof. If you're informed that your child is participating in bullying, you have a serious, but loving conversation with your child. Once you've had this conversation with your child, experts say it's important to let your children know there will be no more bullying. Once you address the bullying behavior with your kids, continue to monitor the situation closely

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