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How Can I Stop Bullying as a Parent?

Learning to work with your child who bullies others is a challenging thing to do. This article gives suggestions to families, like listening with an open mind, trying to understand what is happening, and trying not to get defensive about your child. Our team thought this article provided some good information about how to address a bullying situation when your child is the bully.

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