If I were confronted that my daughter was bullying, I would immediately apologize on behalf of my child to the teacher/parent. Then I would investigate why my daughter wasn't feeling good about herself to have to physically, verbally or mentally abuse someone else. I would work harder to make sure her needs were being met and remind her how it felt when she was once bullied-not fun.
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