2. Apology Accepted

Throughout my childhood I was always told that apologizing can mend any regrettable altercation. As I grew up, I realized although an apology helped, it never truly took away the pain of what I or the other person was feeling.

However when you child is bullying others, it is crucial to talk things out and see them express remorse for bad behavior. Whether or not the children involved feel 100% better is somewhat irrelevant; teaching and practicing good habits and behavior must take precedence. No one can go back in time, but continuing to enforce apologies and positive conversations among children and adolescents is the first step in promoting a safe, healthy and optimistic outlook for everyone involved.

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