Bullying comes in many different forms. It can be subtle like a child refusing to share with a particular child and it can be obvious like teasing and name calling. It can also be violent. It is a mistake to ignore the subtle bullying because it can quickly lead to more obvious and even violent behavior.
Almost all parenting experts agree that most bullies are being bullied from someone. A hurtful child is a hurt-filled child. Sadly a majority of the time the child is being bullied from a family member, sometimes even parents.
What can I do if my child is being bullied - Part 1
What can I do if my child is being bullied - Part 2
What can I do if my child is being bullied - Part 3