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Sibling rivalry

Sibling rivalry occurs in most families when children are young and learning to get along with each other. Learn more about why children fight and get some tips to manage rivalry between siblings.

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Sibling rivalry & how to handle it | Raising Children Network

Get tips for handling sibling rivalry: prevent jealousy, avoid attention for bad behaviour, try not to overreact, give siblings equal attention, and more.

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Siblings | Siblings Australia

Siblings Welcome to the Siblings Page which has been set up for adult siblings of people with disability

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Children and sibling rivalry - Better Health Channel

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Sibling Concerns | Siblings Australia

Sibling Concerns Below are some of the concerns of siblings of children with disability (including any developmental delay, disability, chronic illness or mental illness)

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Why Support Siblings | Siblings Australia

Why Support Siblings The mix of sibling experience Most siblings of a person with a disability will be able to say there were good and not so good parts to their experience

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What Siblings Need | Siblings Australia

What Siblings Need In order for siblings to grow up feeling strong and secure they need the following: Information Children need to know about the disability or illness and how it will affect their brother or sister and the whole family

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Parent Role in Supporting Siblings | Siblings Australia

Parent Role in Supporting Siblings Many factors affect how a sibling adjusts

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Signs of Adjustment | Siblings Australia

Signs of Adjustment The experiences for siblings will be varied and ever-changing

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Autistic children and their siblings | Raising Children Network

Strengthen relationships between autistic children and siblings by making special time for siblings, finding ways for siblings to have fun, and being fair.

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