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Helping Siblings Get Along
With more than one child, you're bound to have some sibling rivalry. Here's how to prevent and transform sibling tensions and ensure your kids will be friends for life.Article
4 year old who shouts over attempts to console- Preventive maintenance?
The best way to prevent the shouting over your attempts to console is preventive maintenance, meaning time alone with him, and roughhousing.Article
Is difficult behavior a reaction to twin toddler siblings?
Most children go through an adjustment period when they become a big sib. If the siblings are twins, the stress is greater on everyone in the family.Article
6 Year Old with Explosive Temper
An explosive child is an unhappy child and clearly this six-year-old is crying out for help. Here's how to offer help, in the most peaceful way possible.Article
Activities for kids to do without a lot of parental intervention
We all need resources for those times when we need kids to play with minimal supervision and they've run out of ideas. Here's a great list to get you started!Article
Attachment Parenting Toddler and Newborn?
You can always repair your relationship with your child, and make it even stronger. It starts with your awareness, and your intention to make things better.Article
Curing Sibling Rivalry with Angry Four Year Old
The real work needs to be done inside mom's mind and heart - in order to accept her son's feelings. Once he feels heard and understood, he grieves and moves...Article
Daughter Jealous of Each New Half-Sibling Baby
To take the sting out of the birth of another half-sibling, the parents need to see it from their daughter's perspective and help her work through her feelings.Article
Do First Born Kids Have Higher IQs?
Many studies have found a small but significant IQ gap between first born kids and their younger siblings. There are several reasons why this might be...Article
Does 4 Year Old's Drawing of a Person Indicate Developmental Delay?
The Draw a Person Test is a useful shortcut to asses a child's developmental level and is valid across cultures.