Good Parents, Is Your Child a Bad Seed?

Richardson said that for her, it's comforting to think that she's not completely to blame for her son's bullying, but she said she's not letting herself off the hook either and will keep working to make things better.

"You hope that when he's a grown up, you can look back and say, 'OK, that was rough but now you've made it' and we get along," she said.

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