How To Get Kids To Stop Tattling (But Explain That Telling Is Ok)
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How To Get Kids To Stop Tattling (But Explain That Telling Is Ok)

You want your children to be able to manage circumstances on their own, solve problems and come up with their own answers. It’s all part of collaborating without always involving a “manager” or a third party (like parents, teachers or another grown-up). It’s easy to become frustrated when your children come to you for everything….

Preventing Sibling Rivalry In Young Families
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Preventing Sibling Rivalry In Young Families

Families with young children often see sibling rivalry more prominently than those with older children, though older children can still have strong sibling conflicts as well. We want to make sure that we are setting up strong relationship foundations between siblings starting at a young age. This means setting up proper communication strategies and creating…

Helping Your Child Choose Good Friends and Be A Good Friend
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Helping Your Child Choose Good Friends and Be A Good Friend

We can’t choose our children’s pals, but we can educate them on how to select excellent and appropriate companions. Teaching kids what makes a good friend, how to pick their own friends, and how to be a good friend to others. Communication, loyalty, support, and how to handle conflicts without hurt emotions are among topics…

Most Epic Kids Books About Sibling Rivalry
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Most Epic Kids Books About Sibling Rivalry

Sibling rivalry can wreak havoc on family time. Constant squabbling or unrelenting competitiveness could be quite taxing on parents’ nerves. Yes, there are parenting techniques for dealing with sibling rivalry, but a more subtle approach is sometimes necessary as well. Like cuddling up with sibling rivalry tale books and seeing where the discussion takes you. Using…