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The physician and best-selling co-author of "Hold On to Your Kids" says American parents need to consider an entirely different approach to handling this.
"Mormon Moms" founder Heidi Allen Garvin says parents should take it very seriously when their child comes home with this complaint - and take action if they have to.
The psychologist and author of "The Available Parent" says that parents aren't necessarily helping their kids if they go straight to the teacher. Try this instead.
"Maybe it's a good thing if your teacher says that," says Mary Ann Zoellner, co-author - with Alicia Ybarbo - of the book "Sh*tty Mom." Here's their anti feel-good response.
"Raising Happiness" author Christine Carter says too many parents respond by saying, "Of course she doesn't!" But this isn't the right approach.
Now that researchers are studying the secrets of highly effective teaching, parents can use this knowledge to their children's advantage.