I know I am not alone in wanting my kids to like each other in addition to loving each other. I want them to be friends and appreciate each other long in adulthood. But, some days, I wonder how I can facilitate that when they seem to be arguing every waking minute.
The unfortunate reality is that we cannot force our kids to be best friends. They don't get to choose their siblings like they choose their friends, and sometimes, personalities will clash. Not only that but living with people will always result in conflict from time to time.
Because of that, I do not have a magic wand to wave sibling conflict away. I do, however, have some helpful suggestions for containing it. Hopefully, as we work on containing conflict, it will become less frequent, thus increasing the amount of peace and respect in our homes.
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