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What is sibling rivalry? Sibling rivalry is a term used to describe the competition between siblings. Sometimes this competition results in negative behavior, fighting, or just vying for parental attention. Interestingly the age gap between children seems to reduce sibling rivalry, the farther apart siblings are the less likely they are to be competitive towards each other.
While many kids are lucky enough to become the best of friends with their siblings, it's common for brothers and sisters to fight. Kids often compete for everything from toys to attention. It can be frustrating and upsetting to watch — and hear — your kids fight with one another. A household that's full of conflict is stressful for everyone. Yet often it's hard to know how to stop the fighting, and or even whether you should get involved at all. But you can take steps to promote peace in your household and help your kids get along. Today we are offering advice on how to end Sibling Rivalry.
In the News today we are talking about an amazing 4-Year-Old who survived a fall from a Third-Story window! Hear about his amazing story and how he walked away unscathed by tuning into our show.
Tune in for this weeks Messiest Mom of the Week interview with Deb from Urban Moo Cow.
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FAMILY INFRACTIONS is a series of teaching sent to heal the hurts experienced in the family. Divorce, sibling rivalry, incest, mental or physical abuse, neglect and a broken family unit; all add to the weight of the infraction. Today's Message Family Infraction- Healing for Sibling Rivalry!
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Today’s guest, Stasia Ward Kehoe, the author of The Sound of Letting Go, a poignant young adult novel about living with an autistic sibling, will help us understand the many challenges faced by families living with children on the autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The protagonist, Daisy, a musical prodigy, has been the “perfect” sibling to her brother Steven. In fact, to a large extent her life is organized around his needs. Not only is she responsible for “baby sitting" which constricts her teen-age schedule, it’s also her “job” to be sensitive to his many special needs. For example, certain tonal sounds – noises too loud or not loud enough -- can lead Steven to self-harm, including wringing his hands until they’re bloody. Sometimes he can be physically violent, leaving Daisy and her parents vulnerable to physical harm. When Daisy’s parents decide to place Steven in an institution without consulting her, she is devastated.
Stasia Ward Kehoe grew up performing on stages from New Hampshire to Washington, DC. She holds a BA in English from Georgetown University and an MA in Performance Studies from New York University.
While working at Random House Children's Publishing, Stasia read her way through the entire children's backlist. She realized then that she found a focus for her writing - young adults. Since then Stasia had children and left full time work for freelance writing. Now she lives in western Washington State with her husband and four sons.
Stasia's novels include Audition and The Sound of Letting Go. For more information about Stasia's books please go to her website: http://www.stasiawardkehoe.com/
Nancy Fox-Kilgore, MS is a survivor of sibling abuse and bullying. She holds a Master’s degree from the University of Oregon. Her B.A. and teaching credentials were received from Sacramento State University. Nancy is a leading expert on Bullying, Sibling Abuse, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. She is the author of EVERY EIGHTEEN SECONDS: PERSONAL JOURNEY INTO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE and THE SOURCEBOOK FOR WORKING WITH BATTERED WOMEN. She has recently published GIRL IN THE WATER: A Personal Story of Bullying & Sibling Abuse.
Alexis Fraser, Toronto based artist- specializes and is becoming known for her unique non-traditional methods of creating art. In collaboration with her husband, they create innovative and entertaining videos that capture her artistic process. Her overall approach is take the high brow stuffiness out of visual art and to appeal to the masses by thinking outside the box and bringing a new twist and fun element to art. Outside of capturing non-traditional methods of art on video, Alexis enjoys painting traditionally in her downtown studio where you'll find a nice collection of her figurative paintings. She welcomes anyone in the area to come by to meet her and see her work anytime!
Stephen Richert has learned what diabetes has meant to him over the last 14 years since he was diagnosed: an opportunity to embrace challenge, one step at a time!
Stephen grew up thinking that climbing was something that was meant for “other people” who were braver or stronger, but when faced with a life altering diagnosis with T1D at age 16, he decided that he couldn’t afford to leave the great deeds to the great. He wanted to make his mark and get a piece of the action even if he was a complete beginner with little natural athleticism.
Getting ready for the NDSC conference in Indianapolis? We're talking to some of the presenters and exhibitors who will be focused on adult issues. Our first scheduled guest is Marianne Marts from Joey's Ups with Downs. Marianne is co-guardian of Joey, her older brother who has Down syndrome. She'll be talking about her presentation scheduled for Saturday called "Calm to Crisis at the Flip of a Switch! How to Prepare for a Family Emergency Even if They "Don't" Want to Talk About It!" Marianne will also be in the exhibit hall with her book "Will You Be My Friend" that features his brother Joey.
Join us for a preview from this highly involved sibling who knows her way around the advocacy world and can help us understand the perspective of sibling guardianship.
Have you ever been hurt in the church? Have you ever been talked about? Have you ever been judged, ridiculed, belittled or damaged by those that we call our brothers and sisters in Christ? Well today's topic will focus on the conflicts that many of us face or have encountered in our churches as brothers and sisters in Christ. But it doesn't have to be this way God wants us to love one another instead of killing each other in the church. This message should inspire you to
This week on Mom Talk Radio, we are joined by Christopher Cerf, award-winning composer-lyricist, voice actor and record/television producer shares the educational value behind the new Animal Alphabet Singers app. Spotlight on Moms features Lora Heller of MyBabyFingers.com. Grainne Kelly, CEO and inventor of BubbleBum talks about the newest inflatable booster seat. Lydia Kang, author of Control, talks about getting teens excited about reading. Liz Mathies, licensed clinical psychologist talks about managing sibling rivalry.
Have you ever wondered if your children will ever stop fighting long enough to love each other? Will they ever get along and become friends? Tune in to talk about what we as parents can do to help foster better relationships between our kids. There is a peaceful place somewhere (LOL).
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