Advice of the Day: Kids getting along …

If your kids suddenly start getting along and are nice to each other for no reason, be very suspicious.

Sibling rivalry refers to the competitive relationship or feelings of jealousy and resentment that may occur between brothers and sisters. It is a common phenomenon and can manifest in various forms such as fighting, arguing, or competition for parental attention or resources. The intensity and duration of sibling rivalry can vary greatly from family to family and can be influenced by factors such as birth order, personality, and parenting style.

While sibling rivalry is a common and normal aspect of family life, it is not always present or intense. Some siblings may have a close and harmonious relationship without experiencing much rivalry. This is also a good thing and is something that parents should appreciate and encourage. However, if the lack of rivalry is due to one child being neglected or isolated, it could be a sign of a more serious problem that parents should address.

It is important for parents to provide a supportive and nurturing environment for their children and to encourage positive relationships between siblings. Parents should also be aware of the individual needs and personalities of each child and work to foster a sense of fairness and respect in their interactions with each other. Open communication and positive parenting techniques can help to reduce the negative effects of sibling rivalry and promote a healthy and harmonious relationship between siblings.

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