What To Do If Your Own Child Is A Bully
But according to HuffPost, child development experts say bullying behavior can be nipped in the bud, if handled correctly.
First, remember that empathy isn't highly developed in children. As such, they may not understand the harm they're doing to others.
Second, work with the child to develop their empathy through stories and role-play. Empathy must be taught, and taught well.
Finally, set clear boundaries and enforce consequences for bullying behavior. It if doesn't subside, seek professional help.