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Teen Bullying: When a Bullied Teen Becomes the Bully


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We can’t afford to overlook kids who resort to bullying. Their behavior wreaks havoc with their moral compass, lowers their empathy and hardens them to the consequences of their actions. But the greatest reason aggressors should stop is the damage they’re doing to others. In this article for “Your Teen” magazine, Phyllis outlines several ways parents can intervene when their kid is the one doing the bullying.

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Phyllis Fagell

Phyllis Fagell is a licensed clinical professional counselor, certified professional school counselor and journalist.

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