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What to Do When Your Child Is a Bully

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Don’t Deny It

“Accept the possibility that your child has been exhibiting bullying behavior,” Dr. Haber says. “Do not minimize the issue.” You might not accept it if you think of bullying as only physical abuse. It has more subtle forms, such as exclusion from activities or social circles, which is at the heart of what kids want most: social connection.