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By Keren Perles
It’s one of those phone calls no parent wants to receive—the child you raised to know right from wrong is suddenly targeting classmates with hostile behavior. What can you do to replace your kid’s aggressive tendencies with gentle friendliness? Here are some tips from Dr. Joel Haber, a clinical psychologist and anti-bullying expert.
Don’t Deny It
Make Your Child Accountable
Watch Your Own Behavior
Minimize Bad Influences
Get a Mentor
As painful as bullying is to receive for the victim, it’s also harmful to the long-term development of the offender. News that your child has shown bullying behaviors should not be taken lightly—for his sake and the sake of others.
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