Day 24 – FFS!  Get ready to stop the fight.  Let’s talk Sibling Rivalry

It’s one of those inevitable things we need to deal with as parents of more than one child.  Sibling Rivalry.  We know it’s part of life, but we still resist it and we still worry when it feels like it’s getting out of control.

We just want it to stop, but how?

Today’s lesson discusses three aspects we need to address to get to the solutions part of dealing with sibling rivalry in the most amicable way possible.

If the reality is that siblings fighting is inevitable, and we know that in part, there’s value in it because it’s teaching your child social skills, how do we at least deal with this reality in a way that we’re not cracking it, and we’re actually helping them to learn conflict resolution skills quicker so they can hurry up and stop it.

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As our fast paced world evolves and the exposure your child has to life experiences, so too has their brain development. We’re seeing kids move into the adolescence years much sooner than 13 years old. Now, it’s beginning as young as 8 years old! That’s scary, right?

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