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"Eye rolling @ another: Classifying glaring and eye rolling as bullying draws attention from the true bullying that does occur in schools." That was printed within the comments about bullying in this article. I think it bears repeating. Children are sensitive, it's true, as are many adults. If I received an eye roll it would irritate me-but I'd get over it-probably that day! Lest we raise a nation of winnies and marshmallows, let the eye rollers roll and teach your children well: "Annie, look the eye roller in their eyes and state clearly and firmly: 'I don't like it when you roll your eyes at me. Stop it.' " No "please" required. Remember: the eye roller, just as the one who's yelling during a disagreement, is the one with the problem.

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