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Comments:

Name: mohika
Country: India
very good suggestions and very well said. thanks

Name: mallikarjun
Country: India
If u have have younger sibling, give him lot of love,treat him like baby of ur own, it may increase his respect towards you, dont treat him like ur bro or sister , treat them like a baby.

Name: Kalash
Country: India
Your suggestions are simple and, in that, effective. Parenting isn't rocket science. Its basic common sense. Filter out all the unnecessary pressure from the outside world, and you will do a good job raising your kids. Thanks IndiaParenting for giving such simple basic ideas that we actually need to be reminded to follow. Thanks. _ kalash

Name: sarika
Country: Japan
like the article,some thing we know but forget to use in our daily life,good article for parents

Name: Menka
Country: India
very well written.

Name: therapist
Country: USA
sorry but i work with and have kids & i disagree on the "listen to both sides & be fair" no kid will think you're fair if you take sides at all. better to say, "you two work it out & leave me out of it" then if you believe you have to intervene, punish both with a time out or have them complete a chore together, like washing windows, in which they have to cooperate to get done.

Name: sulekha
Country: India
this is a good article. my parents made the same mistakes and my two sisters are still having problems. they did put me down a lot but i have been always achieving thigs out of the house and having great freinds and supportive spouse.some times kids are forced to forget that their parents could really play any role in building their self esteem.

Name: Younger Sister
Country: usa
i'd like to see an article on resentment/jealousy that builds up over the years. my sister and i were best friends until we hit 39/42. then feelings she'd been storing up since we were teens came spewing out, and we haven't spoken since (3 years).

Name: Banu
Country: india
how do you know if it is sybling rivalry or one of your girls really has a problem with jelousy... my older daughter gets jelous at other children's birthday parties or when one of us even get a gift... she appears to be overly jelous. how do you nip that?

Name: Ruben
Country: Philippines
we can root the siblings rivalry from the time of cain and abel. there is already a clue that such is going to challenge family relationship. yet, for sure there is wisdom on how to face it. help me dig what.god is in total control of all relationships..

Name: BenRu
Country: Philippines
christ himself never gotten the approval of his siblings about himself. there must be great learning that god is in store for family members. if you note, a command to loving brothers was repeated so many times in the bible. if god emphasize such cpmmand, he meant deeply serious about its threat. is this an issue that only god, and not any psychology can treat about? honestly, im still into this search till now.

Name: BenRu
Country: Philippines
christ himself never gotten the approval of his siblings about himself. there must be great learning that god is in store for family members. if you note, a command to loving brothers was repeated so many times in the bible. if god emphasize such cpmmand, he meant deeply serious about its threat. is this an issue that only god, and not any psychology can treat about? honestly, im still into this search till now.

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