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You are here : home > Raising Children > Relation between Siblings > Jealousy and Sibling Rivalry > Comments

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Name: Ritesh
Country: India
My sister is struggling to deal with her first born. She recently had another child and the first child is extremely jealous and possessive. Will share the tips mentioned here with her. Hope it helps her through her situation. I think mattters become worse when there is a lot of age gap in children.

Name: Terry
Country: zambia
this web page made my children fight more. this is absolutely no help to anyone trying to seek help. thank you for wasting my time. terrence r.

Name: Tracie
Country: usa
this site has really helped me my daughter is 1.5 years and i'm due to have another in oct.

Name: Sanyogita
Country: india
my son is 5 and my daughter is 1.3, both of them get along well but sometimes my son shows signs of jelousy by hurting his sister. explaining helps and i think these are my sons ways of showing me he needs more attention.

Name: soniya
Country: india
can you suggest ways of dealing with sibbling rivalry for adults. my husband and my husband's younger brother do not get along well. his brother is constanly insecure for some reason and thinks that we will say something to his wife and constantly taunts us which irritates me a lot. but somehow we need to deal with this situation as we can't break the relationship. but it really gets on my nerves plese suggets something.

Name: osama
Country: middleeast
im gay too we should hook up christy and talk about how we hate being taunted and hate having rocks thrown at us!

Name: Christine
Country: india
i have 3 girls, aged 6 yrs and 4 yrs and a newborn. since the arrival of the baby, the older two who were always close, now seem to be fighting a lot more. they both seem very fond of the baby. what should i do ?

Name: Sadiya
Country: india
i am facing lot of problem coz of my kids.i have a son and daughter,he is 2.5mths and she is 1.1mth.my son is all the time hurting the younger one,he hits her with what ever he has in hand.i have tried all the ways to stop him but he is the same.and now even my daughter hits him back.please tell me how should i teach them the right way.i need your help.

Name: ME
Country: usa
my daughters are two years apart and they used to get a long.they are now 9 and 7 and i can't for the life of me figure out why they do nothing but agrivate eachother all the time

Name: Dana
Country: usa
hi my sister and i are 8 years apart i am 16 and she is 8 and we are all the time fighting because she gets everything she wants. we have different dads and my step dad is her real dad and that is who we live with along with out mother and everything she wants she gets from him and we fight over teh dumbest things how can i stop us fighting all the time please help us!!!!!!!!!!!!

Name: heather
Country: usa
i have a problem with my children getting along. actually they started out really good, when my youngest was born they got along good. but all of the sudden they just started fighting. one is almost 5yrs. and one is almost 2yrs. the oldest all of the sudden started to strike out at the youngest when he would get in trouble and the same goes the other way. i want to know how i can help my children keep the bond that they need to keep for when they get older. i sure don't want my children growing up to hate each other like i do with my sibblings. please help!!!!!!

Name: heather
Country: usa
i have a problem with my children getting along. actually they started out really good, when my youngest was born they got along good. but all of the sudden they just started fighting. one is almost 5yrs. and one is almost 2yrs. the oldest all of the sudden started to strike out at the youngest when he would get in trouble and the same goes the other way. i want to know how i can help my children keep the bond that they need to keep for when they get older. i sure don't want my children growing up to hate each other like i do with my sibblings. please help!!!!!!

Name: RockinJohn
Country: usa
hi all, i am a second child. my mother, who is a youngest child, never had the experience of looking over younger siblings. i was simply a bother. she had a rapport with my older brother, who would pick on me endlessly. he would act out against me behind her back, and he would tattle to her behind mine. but she bought every word, and she would act out with insults and criticism, and alot of undeserved scrutiny. all the long, putting my 4-5 year old brother in charge of every situation. she spoke kindly to him, and she was impatient with me. and my father would come home and get their side of the story. . . . . it's a crazy chain reaction. i wish i could say i was well with it now. but now i'm interrupted by flashbacks of these injustices, and i grow angry very quickly. this is usually when i'm alone, and i don't have to share my grief with others

Name: S S KHICHI
Country: india
my daughter is 12 and son is 5,they are quarling frequently and my dauther feel jelouse of her brother and beating him in my absence.but they also love each other very much.it seems my daughter wants me to play with her for more times n pay greater attention towars her.

Name: Seema
Country: canada
sibling rivalry definitely reared it's ugly head in our home on more than one occasion over the years. bedwetting or pants soiling are the most common issues surrounding sibling rivalry. when i brought home baby #3 from the hospital i had already been working on toilet training our oldest child, and although he was fairly dry throughout the day he took to climbing under the newborn baby's crib whenever i went in to change diapers and there he would poo his pants. he did this on a regular daily basis and although he was still in diapers and rubber pants, it use to infuriate me. i put a stop to it by not allowing him into the bedroom when i changed diapers. that's all it took!

Name: Iccee05
Country: usa
my twins used to love and adore each other, they couldn't stand to be apart. lately, i've noticed quite a bit of bickering and arguing. at 13, sibling rivalry is in full force. i was looking for some advice on how to nip this in the bud.

Name: danny
Country: usa
i am the youngest of 3, and me and my oldest brother fight phisically. i need help before i punch his lights out. help

Name: Uma
Country: India
there is a good book on sibblings rivalry-->>>keep the siblings, lose the rivalry by janet laurence, todd cartmell-- kindly go thru' this.. by following some basic rules, we can have a happy family

Name: sappy
Country: United Kingdom
i have three sons aged 13, 11, and 9yrs. the older two are constantly ganging up against the youngest. i am so wooried because the situation is not changing despite my pleadings e.t.c.the youngest repeatededly cries to me saying they call him names, spit at him and make life miserable for him. i am at my tethers end now and infact i have decided to go on the offensive, giving the older boys an altimatum. they either change their attitude towards him or i will be on them. am i doing the right thing or is there something else i should be doing? it is tough for me as a single parent. help if you can!

Name: vishwa
Country: India
negativism is a behavior characterized by the tendency to resist direction from others, and the refusal to comply with requests. negativism appears and wanes at various stages of a child's development. active negativism, that is, behavior characterized by doing the opposite of what is being asked, is commonly encountered with young children. for example, a parent may ask a toddler to come away from the playground to return home; on hearing these instructions, the toddler demonstrates active negativism by running away.

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