dr David Coleman: How to help your kids overcome sibling rivalry

How did Christmas go with everyone in the house? Unless you’re a remarkable family, I would imagine there’s occasional tension when everyone is together. This may be especially true in your children’s relationships with one another. Sibling fights and rivalry are a real thing. In fact, once you have a second child, you’re likely to get some kind of sibling rivalry.

Most parents can attest to how a hug can turn into a squeeze for the new baby, a kiss can turn into a bite, a slap can turn into a slap. It is very difficult for the older child to make room for this newcomer, and it can also mean a significant loss of parental time and attention. This loss needs to be acknowledged in order to reduce the resentment towards the new sibling that may arise.

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