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Is your child a bully? How NJ schools handle it, and how you can help

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By Dino Flammia September 12, 2017 3:01 AM

Every year around the start of the academic calendar, we offer parents expert advice on what to do if their children are being bullied at school.

But what if your child is the one doing the bullying?

According to Maurice Elias, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University, there’s not much information available for parents whose children are accused of being responsible for harassment, intimidation or bullying at school.

Very few parents want to think of their children as a bullies, Elias said, and may not openly seek advice on the topic.

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8 thoughts on “Is your child a bully? How NJ schools handle it, and how you can help

  1. Is your child a snowflake?

  2. As an aside, I have found that in life in general, the biggest bullies are the very people who claim to be against bullying.

  3. That’s why I teach my kids the fight back and bee tuff, don’t take shit from no one.

  4. To 2:33 and 8:56 I find it shocking that with all the information available you can still make these comments. You should educate yourself about the psychology of bullying.

  5. @:2:53 By your comment are you suggesting that teaching children to be compassionate, caring and empathetic is wrong or is somehow making them weak?

  6. it you have to learn that in school you are already in big trouble

  7. James – I agree but in many cases, children learn bullying behavior from their parents.

  8. Make sure you go to your 20 year high school reunion. All the bullies end us as fat divorced losers. The nerds that got picked on end up successful.

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