If your child continues to display insensitivity toward others' feelings, then it's time to set a meaningful consequence that's appropriate to your child's age and temperament. For example, forbid your child from playing with a friend until your child understands he must treat others kindly.Your rule is: "If you can't treat people nicely, you can't play."Another option is to demand that your child apologize sincerely to the recip-ient.This might be drawing or writing an apology or apologizing in person or with a telephone call.
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