Sibling Bullying

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A new study from a children's advocacy group finds today that 32 percent of children have been bullied by their own sibling.

And, kids who bullied siblings were also more likely to bully their peers. What we see may look innocent, but to the sibling it can be devastating and carry long lasting effects.

The study states parents need to do a better job of stopping older siblings from picking on the younger ones.

Doctor Larry Curry, child and family therapist and Metro State professor is here with advice for parents.

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