It’s in the workplace, in the neighborhood, and at church. It’s at soccer practice while chatting with other parents and on the phone while gossiping about other parents.
It’s all the times you allow your child to intentionally exclude someone from a birthday party. It’s all the times you don’t correct him when he laughs and calls a classmate “stupid,” and it’s when you defend his bullying behaviors in a parent-teacher meeting.
It’s every time you look down on a family of lower socio-economic class. It’s when you make jokes at another parent’s expense.
But don’t think your child isn’t taking note of your bullying tactics.