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Tiny-Warriors-12-Ways-to-Prep-Your-Kid-for-Bullying-this-Fall-photo9Mike Lauterborn, a single father of teen-aged boys, says: “I remind my boys that they are fortunate to have each other.  If they continue to bicker or name-call, I take away privileges.” says

Our personal experiences and cultural backgrounds impact our parenting styles.  For some parents, they may want to carry-on what their own parents modeled when they were children.  Yet others may choose to diffuse name-calling in an entirely different manner.

“I hated hearing my mother yell at me over something that I hadn’t even started!  It was my sister who acted awful, but I had to get punished on account of her behavior,” says Sara Perez, a Milford, Connecticut mom. “As a mother of two girls, I choose to have my kids reflect on the harmful word used. We actually sit down and share why a certain name or action hurt. We forgive and move on, and try to be the better for it.”

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