What to do if your child is a bully

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Short Video Lessons

Bullies Bully because it worksIt’s hard to hear that your child has been abusing another child. It is even harder to know how to get them to stop. Are they being falsely accused? How can you find out and how can you best support them either way?

This lesson is designed to guide you through the steps you need to take when your child is accused of bullying. It isn’t easy to learn your child has not been behaving properly and getting them to stop isn’t easy. But it can be done if you know the steps to take.

First, you need to find out exactly what they are being accused of. You need to find out whether or not the allegations are true or not. If they are true, you then need to develop a plan of action that will help your child learn more pro-social ways of dealing with their emotions and with conflict so that they will stop resorting to aggression as a way to get what they want.

This lesson is based on the operant conditioning techniques taught in the book The Bully Vaccine and includes, a video, along with detailed information on how to help your child if they are accused of bullying. This includes detailed information on how you, as their parent, can best support them if they are falsely accused and more importantly, how to get them stop if it turns out they really have been bullying other kids.

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