Episode 271

We want our children to get along with their siblings — both now, when they’re young and living in our house, and in the future, when they are all adults. But sometimes, kids with big emotions struggle to have healthy relationships with their siblings. How do we know if we should get involved in their conflicts? And how can we help them all get along?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why our current parenting strategies aren’t reducing sibling conflicts
  • When we should step in and help our kids resolve conflict 
  • Three important factors we should consider when it comes to sibling conflicts (and simple action we can take to get results)


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Free resource: Understanding and managing Yuck and the Yuck Curve

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Your Parenting Long Game Episode 267: Tips for Making 1:1 Time With Each Child More Realistic (and Effective)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 264: A Mom Who Was Tired of Her Kids Competing and Comparing
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 269: When Kids Won’t Play on their Own

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