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I caught my daughter being a follower and bullying another girl at school… so I made her make the ultimate apology

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A mother has been inundated with praise online after sharing the parenting method she used to teach her daughter a lesson about bullying.

A mum forced her daughter to apologize profusely after catching her ‘being a groupie’ and bullying another girl at school.

She has since been inundated with praise online after sharing the parenting method she used to teach her daughter a lesson.

Dominique Mackey, of Atlanta, racked up nearly 13 million total views on two TikToks she posted about the situation.

The mother-of-two has been inundated with comments, with people around the world saying it “warms their hearts” and they “love” how she turned it into a learning experience.

In the first clip, published under his handle. @afrolatina93, wrote on the screen: ‘Point of view: Your son decided to be a follower and bully another child today, knowing that you hate bullies. “This is how we apologize in our house.”

A mother has been inundated with praise online after sharing the parenting method she used to teach her daughter a lesson about bullying.

He filmed his little Zariah walking through the supermarket, picking up gifts for the boy she picked on at school.

The American showed the gift basket she had put together, which included candy, a notebook, chocolate, a mask, a teddy bear and more.

He also showed viewers the included card, written by his daughter; Inside was a $15 gift card to Krispy Kreme.

The card said, “I’m sorry for being mean to you and talking about your hair.” You are a wonderful friend to me. I apologize for that. From, Zariah’.

Dominique captioned the video: ‘I always tell my kids that you never know what someone is going through at home and what they have to deal with every day.

‘You should always be kind to everyone because the way you treat someone can affect their mental health in two ways.

‘Not only that, but everything you have can be taken away from you as quickly as you received it! Be humble!’

Requested an update after millions of people viewed the first video, TikToker He published a second part.

The American showed the gift basket she had put together, which included candy, a notebook, chocolate, a mask, a teddy bear and more.

The American showed the gift basket she had put together, which included candy, a notebook, chocolate, a mask, a teddy bear and more.

She recorded her daughter entering the school to give the gift basket, complete with flowers and a balloon, to the girl she had bullied.

The kind father even went so far as to call the other girl’s mother and offered to take her to braid her hair.

While filming the call, she explained, “She wanted to pay to take her daughter to get her hair braided by one of my friends who braids my kids’ hair.

“I wanted her to take my daughters’ place because I pay for my children, but I told my daughter, ‘since you want to talk about people’s hair and you want to intimidate someone, I’m going to give her your place.'”

“I wanted to know if it was okay with you if she took her place by getting some knotless braids.”

He added: “We all have those days, but it’s still not acceptable for children to talk about someone else.

“You never know what someone at home is going through, good or bad, and I teach my children that we don’t do that because everything you have can be taken away with the snap of a finger.”

“I don’t condone bullying, I’m kind to everyone I come across and I hope my children do the same.”

The mother-of-two's followers were quick to flock to the comments to praise her parenting techniques, writing: 'We need more parents like you!'

The mother-of-two’s followers were quick to flock to the comments to praise her parenting techniques, writing: ‘We need more parents like you!’

Dominique updated viewers who had been following the caption, writing: ‘I appreciate all the love and support you all have shown!

‘The girl was very happy and grateful and so was her mother. My daughter understands her bad actions and she promised not to hurt anyone else again.”

The mother-of-two’s followers were quick to flock to the comments to praise her parenting techniques, writing: ‘We need more parents like you!’

One viewer wrote: ‘As a girl who grew up being bullied, this warms my heart. As a child I was taught to be quiet and accept it. It is necessary to raise more children like this.”

Another joked: “I’m crying, you healed my inner child.” “I was brutally bullied as a child for no reason.”

Meanwhile, someone else wrote: “I love how you made it a learning experience in a kind and loving way instead of an embarrassing punishment.”

Others gushed: ‘Bullying is something I will not tolerate. I love this’ and ‘What a beautiful gesture, good job mom!’

Someone else chimed in: “I grew up being bullied and this made me cry a little, seeing a father raising his son well.”

However, others were not convinced by the lesson and one wondered:

However, others were not convinced by the lesson, with one wondering: “But is he really sorry?” That’s all that matters, because the friends who gave me items were my biggest bullies.

Another agreed: “In a world where many parents will defend their bullying children or simply ignore the situation, you are a beautiful shining star and I hope many learn.”

However, others were not convinced by the lesson, with one wondering: “But is he really sorry?” That’s all that matters, because the friends who gave me items were my biggest bullies.

Dominique responded: “She’s not a bad girl at all, she was just hanging around with the wrong crowd, that’s all.” Her apology was sincere.”

Someone else argued: “This is just a lesson, if you bought the items with your own money.”

Another added angrily: ‘And yet, parents have to pay for those gifts. “Maybe I’ll use whatever money the ‘bully’ has to buy the gifts and learn the lesson the hard way.”

But others defended the choice, writing: “I wouldn’t even be mad if I did this and my mom made me do this” and “Way to go, mom.” “You are setting a great example.”

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