said Meghan Lemery, LCSW-R, psychotherapist.
Involve them in feeding and time to hold and bond with them, this will help them if they have an important role," said Lemery
If aggressive behavior is witnessed, act fast with consequences
â€œIf you see your child act like a bully, immediately remove your child and address it.
The best thing to do is go over the consequences of the behavior which should be addressed with the child that they were attempted to hurt, and then immediate consequences, whether you take away a game of give them a chore," said Lemery
If it comes to a point where they are out of control at home, or if at school their social interactions are not going well, it may be time to consider professional help.
"Seek the help of a therapist.
Any time you see anger and aggression usually there is an emotional root of hurt there, so do the work and find out what the root is," said Lemery