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Every parent has heard 'It's not fair!' Learn how to deal with the most common 'It's not fair' scenarios.
Do you have a favorite child? It happens to lots of families, so you shouldn't feel bad, but you should do something about it. Read on for the myths and facts about favoritism.
Don't wait for sibling rivalry to rule your home. Nip it in the bud before your new baby is born with this sage advice.
What parent hasn't heard her child say, 'It's not fair'? Especially when you have multiple kids, it can seem impossible to assure any of them they're getting their fair shake. They 'always' get the smaller piece of pie, and they 'never' get your attention when they want it, right? Learn what kids really want when they say 'It's not fair,' and you may just avoid a supercharged sibling rivalry.
Conflict resolution is an important life skill that children need to get a handle on. How can parents encourage conflict resolution skills in their child?
The arrival of a new baby is hard for children. Here are eight ways to ease the transition, so that they're more likely to welcome their new brother or sister.
Experts say it's not only fair for parents to treat each child differently, it's a good idea.  Practical parenting tips on dealing with sibling rivalry.
Should you separate your twins and send them to different classrooms? Or keep them together under one roof?
Siblings of special needs kids don't have to feel left out. You can help.
If you have more than one child, you probably know that sibling rivalry goes with the territory. Here's some advice on limiting the 'compare' factor.
You can’t please all the people all the time, as the saying goes. But that’s just what today’s girls feel they’re being asked to do.
The petty back-and-forth between your kids is making you crazy. Can't we all just get along? Here's how.
Discusses sibling relationship factors including birth order, age, spacing and gender of the children, family size, parent-child relationships, and more.
Even identical twins have different strengths and weaknesses. Here are some tips for helping your twins grow as individuals and as caring siblings.
How your child develops might have as much to do with the order in which they were born as it does with their genes or environment.
Should kids share a room? Parents are sometimes reluctant to make their kids split a space, but it can be advantageous sometimes. Get the pros and cons here.
When you brought home your first baby, you had all the time in the world to get adjusted to your new life together. With baby number 2, new baby jealousy may settle in. Here's tips on helping your toddler adjust to being a big brother.
Examines the role of gender, stress, sibling relationships, and parental style on the development of a young child's temperament.
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