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Here’s how parents can stop their child from bullying others MPNRC

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Increasing your child’s emotional intelligence and teaching them empathy at an early age will prevent them from bullying in the long run. (image for representation/shutterstock)

It is important to know the reason behind such behavior to prevent your child from bullying others.

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Bullying in school can be a result of peer pressure

In recent years, many schools have taken strict measures to prevent bullying on their premises. However, students bullying their friends or juniors at school should be a concern for parents. It is important to know the reason behind such behavior to prevent your child from bullying others.

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Sometimes, bullying is the result of peer pressure or can be a reaction of people who have already faced it. Bullying can also be the result of a child’s inability to control impulses or manage anger. While schools are taking appropriate measures to curb such activities, parents should be equally involved in keeping their children’s behavior under control.

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Let us tell you that overreacting and cursing the child will not help. Here are some tips that can help you handle aggressive behavior in your child.

  1. don’t ignore
    If you find out that your child has bullied another child, it is important that you have a direct chat with them. Not only does this show that you are aware of the situation, but that bullying will not be tolerated. Do not ignore such behavior.
  2. address the cause
    It is important for parents to know why their child chose to bully someone. Talk to your child and try to find out the reason. You should teach your child about healthy friendships and how to resist peer pressure. Don’t apologize to your child for the behavior.
  3. Result
    If your child is using a computer or smartphone to cyberbully friends, keep an eye on them. Don’t allow them to run freely with their gadgets. You can control how your child uses the gadget and for what purpose.
  4. don’t embarrass your child
    The way parents treat their children or others in front of their children can shape their children’s temperament to a great extent. Do not shame your child in public or embarrass others in the presence of your children. Children learn that it is acceptable to shame and humiliate others. Shaming is also a form of bullying.
  5. teach empathy
    Increasing your child’s emotional intelligence and teaching them empathy at an early age will prevent them from bullying in the long run.

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