I would suggest trying to get the one who did the injuring to see the pain in the other. Try to get the child to step inside the hurt child’s shoes to understand the pain inside. I further would try to get the injured child, once he or she has settled down from the pain and anger, to see the injuring child with a wider-angle lens. You have to be careful not to suggest excusing of the hurtful behavior. The point is to see the humanity in the other, to see that he or she has strong points. This is a first step in forgiving.