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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.
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In this continuing chapter-by-chapter and verse-by-verse Bible study, teacher and commentator Randall K. Harp explores the envy of Joseph by his brothers because of the favoritism shown him by their father.
If you enjoy this episode, you may also enjoy the devotional book Illumine Me by Randall K. Harp. Click here to learn more.
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.
Do your toddlers, young children or teens have trouble managing their emotions?
Do your children fight with their siblings and engage in sibling rivalry?
If you answered yes to any of those questions then please join Dr Rosina McAlpine and Dr Robyn Mills as they explore the many practical tools you can use to turn tantrums and fights into a learning opportunity to teach your children many life skills like:
emotional intelligence: understanding and managing their emotions
social responsibility: being caring and sharing people
The more they learn about life in your home with you – the less you have to worry about your children when they are out in the world and don’t have you there to help them.
As always it will be a fun show with positive parenting advice, resources, tools and tips you can use in your home and share with your friends
All siblings compete and fight. But when does everyday rivalry cross a line to become real bullying, where the physical or psychogical wounds deepen into long-term scars? Can parents be relied upon to recognize the difference, and how can they intervene? Guests include therapist/hypnotherapist Dr. Nancy Irwin (author U-TURN: Changing Direction in Mid-Life); Celebrity Doctor and leading child, teen, and familly psychologist and author Dr. Fran Walfish (seen on parents.com, people.com, and NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams); case studies Patrick Dati and Dorothy May Mercer; psychiatrist and HuffPost blogger Marcia Sirota, and psychologist Kathleen H. Wheeler.
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 examine yourselves to see if this is you. So sit back grab your seatbelts buckle up tightly and enjoy another episode of "It's Kingdom Radio"
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