School bullying has received a lot of attention in the past few years. That is great, because it sends the message that bullying behavior will not be tolerated in schools, emboldens children to seek help from responsible adults, and reminds victims that they are not alone. While information to assist victims of bullying and their parents is now commonplace, the child engaging in bullying behavior is often ignored. That’s probably true in part because it is easier to empathize with a victim of bullying than the one doing the bullying. But, very few children bully, threaten or assault another child unless they themselves are struggling.