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  • Adult Sibling Rivalry
    The new view holds that conflict is not the natural state of sibling relationships. Still, for a third of us, discord sown early endures for a lifetime

  • Bringing home a new baby sibling/sibling rivalry
    Find out how to prepare your older child for the birth of a new baby sibling, plus, how to deal with problems that may arise after your new baby is born. This page contains everything you need to know, even a list of books for you and your older child.

  • Final: Birth Spacing As preventive medicine for sibling rivalry
    Sibling rivalry is not a new or surprising event in the family. Cain and Abel, Romulus and Remus, and Cinderella and her stepsisters all suffered from this pattern in sibling relationships. In my study, I closely examined sibling relationships, and more specifically, the reasons behind and results of sibling rivalry in these relationships.

  • Sibling Abuse
    Sibling abuse is the physical, emotional or sexual abuse of one sibling by another [1]. The physical abuse can range from relatively mild forms of aggression occurring between siblings, such as pushing and shoving, to extremely violent behavior such as the use of weapons.

  • Sibling Rivalry
    Sibling rivalry is the jealousy, competition and fighting between brothers and sisters. It is a concern for almost all parents of two or more kids. Problems often start right after the birth of the second child. Sibling rivalry usually continues throughout childhood and can be very frustrating and stressful to parents. There are lots of things parents can do to help their kids get along better and work through conflicts in positive ways. Read on for tips and resources to help you keep the peace at your house.

  • Sibling Rivalry Expert Advice
    Learn more about Siggie Cohen By Siggie Cohen, MA If you have more than one child at home, no matter how old they are, you may feel you're right in the middle of a war zone at all times. No matter how good you are at peace negotiation, playing judge or becoming an ally to one side, the battling partners seem to get more vicious and spiteful more often and the cease fires shorter and shorter.

  • CNN - Parenting - Sibling Rivalry
    So your children don't always get along. In fact, sometimes they seem to genuinely despise each other. Should you be surprised? No. Is there anything you can do about it? Maybe.

  • Dealing with Sibling Rivalry
    Learn the basic steps to dealing with sibling rivalry between your children. End the stress of parenting and help your children to better understand eachother.

  • How do I control sibling rivalry
    Sibling rivalry in early childhood is a common problem faced by many parents. It usually happens when your firstborn has to share many things with the younger baby. Your toddler experiences tremendous change in his position in the family. He will definitely miss hogging the limelight.

    Sibling rivalry is one of humanity's oldest problems. One of the first stories in the Bible (the oldest book in Western civilization, and the story of the ancient Jewish culture) deals with the rivalry between two brothers, Cain and Abel. The older brother, Cain, was irritated at constantly having to help take care of his younger brother, Abel, and kept asking his parents: "Am I my brother's keeper?" The story of these two brothers has a tragic ending; Cain becomes so angry that he kills Abel (and this, according to the Bible, was the first murder in history). The fact that this is one of the first stories within the Bible shows the great importance given to the problem of sibling rivalry within the Jewish culture

    Brad and Joe are adults now. They were best friends as kids and are best friends today. They look back and laugh at their childhood rivalry. But it wasn't funny at the time.

  • Sibling Rivalry - The Truth About The Family Favorite
    Today we are discussing "Sibling Rivalry: The Truth About the Family Favorite," with Vera Rabie-Azoory, PhD.

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