Sibling rivalry is normal. But when one child seems to be at the center of all the discord, you may have a bully on your hands.
Kids fighting? Get to the bottom of sibling conflict with these helpful tips.
Studies have found that siblings can impact each other’s development more than parents. Learn what you can do to foster healthy and positive sibling relationships in your home.
As the thermometer inches up this summer, so may tempers be increasing in your home. If you have kids that just can’t seem to get along, these tips may be just what you are looking for to cool things down.
Sending children to their rooms is a common parenting intervention. And it is a good one. It just may not good for all situations. Read on to find out about how sending your children to their rooms may not be effective for sibling arguments.
Do you have an attention-seeker in your home? How do you respond? Here we will look at attention seeking as a form of stealing and how you can address it when it happens.
Here we will explore our conflict resolution plan for children. We’ll go through each step one by one.
Here we’ll explain how you can teach your children S.T.A.L.L., our technique for conflict resolution. It’s best to introduce any new program or idea during times of calm. We’ll talk about using role play and brainstorming to walk your kids through the various steps.
Not all tattles are created equal! Knowing what your child is after when he or she tattles will help you intervene effectively. Here we will go through some of the most common tattles and what you can do or say in response.