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Turning sibling rivalry into something beneficial Part 2: Empowering kids to own their feelings and communicate what they “really want”

Turning sibling rivalry into something beneficial Part 2:  Empowering kids to own their feelings and communicate what they “really want”

Are you using the 4 simple steps to focus your children’s energy into identifying and solving the real problem? Are they positively achieving what they want without resorting to the unwanted sibling conflict?   Now that your children have clarity about what they want and how they can get it, you can teach them the valuable life lesson of how to communicate what they want from their siblings (or anyone else for that matter) without laying blame or causing the other person to get mad and upset.  Yes, this really is possible and it is an extremely worthwhile lesson for adults too.   When a ...

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Turning sibling rivalry into something beneficial Part 1: Empowering kids to harmoniously achieve what they really want

Turning sibling rivalry into something beneficial Part 1: Empowering kids to harmoniously achieve what they really want

Sick of the kids screaming, yelling, kicking, I certainly am.  This 3 part series is designed to help turn sibling rivalry into something constructive and teach your children valuable life skills at the same time.   Does this sound familiar? “Give me back my top! You always take things without asking.” “Mum! Peter called me dumb again.”“Stop hitting me! I am going to tell Mum!” I am sure you can add many examples to the list.  But, do you know there is a positive purpose behind EVERY behavior?  Yes, that’s right, a positive purpose behind EVERY behavior !   Behaving badly brings ...

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