(included in the Parents Toolshop® Teleseminar Series Collection)
Sibling conflicts are inevitable, but sibling rivalry is not. There are simply strategies you can use on a daily basis to prevent sibling conflicts, and a three-step process you can use when sibling strife arises. Together, these can teach children how to resolve their own conflicts respectfully and independently.
If you are tired of being a referee and want your children to know how to resolve conflicts with their siblings and peers, then this resource package is for you.
In this hour-long recording of a live discussion with parenting professionals and real-life parents, just like you, you’ll discover:
- The three best tools for preventing sibling rivalry
- The three steps to resolving sibling conflicts without grounding, taking over, taking away toys or being a referee.
- Two techniques to use when you need a “quick fix” that also avoid taking over the problem and solving it for the children.
- The pitfalls to avoid when doing sibling mediation, reviewing each step and what to do and what to not
This deluxe resource package includes:
- Digitally remastered Audio
- Full Transcripts
- All the Resourcesavailable to the original participants
- Bonus resources, including:
- An excerpt from The Parent’s Toolshop® book on “The Top Ten Most Common Sibling Challenges and Exactly What to Say and Do For Each.”
- Quick links to related articles on the Parent’s Toolshop® website, including:
- Problem Solving with children, as a couple, as a family.
- Competition: Healthy vs. unhealthy, comparisons, sports, sibling rivalry.
- Bad influence: siblings or peers can be poor role models and bad examples. What to do?
- Emotional Outbursts in Children: how to respond to children’s negative emotions.
Listen to a sample:
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