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  1. very well written blog. Definitely we need to carefully handle both the kids. The one hitting the kid and the one being hit. We need to teach the kid who is hitting to control his emotions and his outburst of anger. At the very same time we need to see that the kid who was hit also gets proper attention. Lot of times these things happen in siblings and parents need to be really careful

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