18 Traits Of A School Bully, And How To Watch Your Kid For Them
Some children cover their ears and seem visibly disturbed when they see other people experiencing conflict. Other children are stimulated by conflict and laugh, engage in, or record fights that happen at school. According to a study by Dartmouth University, Children who are entertained by conflict are more likely to witness conflicts from their parents or their siblings regularly. If you and your partner fight often in front of your children, stop doing this because it has negative effects on your children. If your children fight with each other a lot, step in when their arguments are getting too heated or too frequent. It is important to normalize conflict resolution in a calm manner instead of heated arguments.