3. Seek Professional Help

When your child is bullying others, feeling ashamed about reaching out to a social worker or psychologist for advice is simply not an option.

I realize some parents prefer to be ignorant, but this only perpetuates what truly is a terrible problem.

So I urge all parents who have had reservations about seeking professional help to please give it chance.

I agree there is a stigma surrounding therapy in many societies and cultures, but honestly your child’s school and community will probably have more respect for parents who seek help than those who simply ignore the problem.

Whether or not it is successful is also somewhat irrelevant because it’s better to know you have exercised all possible options when helping your child rather than choosing to do nothing at all.

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