What can a parent do to help their child who is bullying?
Get involved in your child’s school and dialogue with the teachers. Also, get to know your child’s friends and reinforce those relationships that are positive and inclusive to other children. “One thing that can alter a behaviour more than anything else is when a parent carves out 20 minutes a day to spend one-on-one with their child,” says Clark. If your child’s bullying tendencies continue, it may be time to consider the help of a qualified professional.
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