By Jane Clifford
UNION-TRIBUNE FAMILY EDITOR
September 29, 2007
OK, you've seen your child do some things, little things really, but nagging little things. Being just a little too aggressive with younger siblings, a little too snarky on the phone about classmates, a little too intimidating with the kids in the neighborhood.
Do you continue to ignore it or do you follow your instincts and acknowledge that your child is a bully, confront your child and work on the problem?
We asked two experts in bullying to answer 10 questions parents might have about children's questionable behavior.