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Anyone out there in Hubville know of a good book dealing with "Sibling Rivalry"?
Kevin Leman has several good books on birth order and why certain children act a specific way. It may help understand what is creating the problem.
Also, some sibling rivalry comes from one child seeing the other as getting more attention or better attention. Each child may need some set aside time to feel appreciated. Comparing one child's goals and accomplishments to the other is also a way that sibling rivalry can be increased. Each child is different and many parents want one child to act more like another.
by katdiaz20116 years ago
Does the gap in age between your kids matter when it comes to sibling rivalry?Is it better to have them closer in age or not?
by J. Kumm7 years ago
Is sibling rivalry something a family should address with the middle child? What is it like to be a middle child and how can your family help you feel better about yourself?
by Rosalie3 years ago
Is my sister's behavior simply sibling rivalry or something more?My mother says that a little sibling rivalry is OK. She says that my sister chasing me as a kid down the hall to my room with a butcher knife is normal...
by Yvette Stupart PhD2 years ago
What are the best ways to manage sibling rivalry?Parents sometimes get very frustrated with the fighting among their children. What steps can parents take to lessen sibling conflict?
by Laura Schneider5 years ago
Do you think moderate sibling rivalry is a good thing or a bad thing?
by jagandelight7 years ago
When does sibling rivalry stops? My boys are 18 & 28 and they are still at it.
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