- Remember that children are frequently testing what effect their words have on others during the school years.
- Avoid accusing your child of being mean.
- Ask questions instead of making statements. When discussing the situation with your child, it is best to not assume anything or make statements about those assumptions.
- Encourage the child to mend the relationship instead of simply telling the person she’s sorry.
- Don’t require your child to make the relationship better or punish her if she does not do it.
- Encourage your child when she makes an effort to mend the relationship, even if it is not accepted by the other child immediately.
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