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Sibling rivalry
08/29/2012
Parents Playing Financial Favorites A lot of siblings are treated differently by their parents, and the reason is simple: people are human. Parents often either show more attention to the kid who is easier to get along with, or they end up giving more attention to the kid who's a pain in the butt because they're trying to straighten them out. And this can cause problems. More >>

Tags: BudgetFinancesParentingPersonal ResponsibilityRelativesSibling rivalrySiblings
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08/22/2012
My Parents Didn't Treat Us Kids the Same I am the middle of 7 children, 6 girls 1 boy. Growing up, things were pretty tight. We all had jobs as teens, we all had to help pay for things like senior portraits, school activities, class rings, and we all had chores and took turns making dinner (our house was always SPOTLESS and it was a cooperative effort). More >>

Tags: Character, Courage, ConscienceCharacter-Courage-ConscienceFamily/Relationships - ChildrenFamily/Relationships - Parent/ChildParentingRead On-AirRelativesSibling rivalryValues
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08/13/2012
Not Caught Up in Sibling Rivalry I had a very wise mother in that she did not make sure that when one person got something all of us also got something of similar value. We were taught to wait for our turn. More >>

Tags: Adult Child-ParentFamily/Relationships - Adult Child/ParentFinancesRelationshipsRelativesSibling rivalrySiblings
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08/02/2012
I'm Tired of My Sons' Bickering How do parents stop siblings from constantly squabbling, quarreling, jabbing, quibbling and bickering? More >>

Tags: BehaviorChildren's behaviorParentingRelativesSibling rivalryStay-at-Home Mom
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08/02/2012
I'm Tired of My Sons' Bickering How do parents stop siblings from constantly squabbling, quarreling, jabbing, quibbling and bickering? More >>

Tags: BehaviorChildren's behaviorParentingRaising KidsRelativesSibling rivalryStay-at-Home Mom
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07/11/2012
How to Help Your Older Child Adjust to the New Baby Helping an older child adjust to a new baby being brought home can be difficult. I've got some tips for how you can acclimate your child to the new situation... More >>

Tags: BabyMotherhood-FatherhoodParentingPersonal ResponsibilitypregnantRelativesResponsibilitysibling rivalry
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12/09/2011
Resolving Sibling Rivalry Sibling rivalry is a natural part of growing up; there's no way to avoid it. Your best efforts won't avoid it. We can help minimize it, and sometimes redirect it but there's no way to avoid it. More >>

Tags: Family/Relationships - FamilyRelationshipsRelativesSibling RivalrySisters
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09/29/2011
Sibling Rivalry Continues Through the Years I am the middle (girl) of 5 siblings: 2 boys, 2 girls, 1 boy born 8 years after the stair-step of the 50's. Our parents were great, and Dad was the disciplinarian. Mom hated conflict and always refused to deal with it. More >>

Tags: Family/Relationships - FamilyRelationshipsRelativessibling rivalry
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