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Sibling conflicts and beyond: Nurturing kids dynamically

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Sibling conflicts and beyond Nurturing kids dynamically

While looking for a gift in a gallery, my attention was caught by a coffee mug flaunting a funny quote - “Once, I had a mind but now I have small children”. The quote not only tickled my funny bone but it also resonated within me at a deeper level. I wondered if all parents feel crazy juggling with whole plethora of various needs and demands of children at home.


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DrShweta Sharma

| May 31, 2017

I value your suggestions from core of my ht. but problem stays on ...as it is.... when it comes to e enforcing yor suggestions... rivalry creeps in from nowhere.... leaving me frustrated at tms.... and I also bcum loud and aggressive ...which I don't want. .....help!!

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Sreelatha Rajashekar

| May 07, 2017

Thank you soo much its a very useful information

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Parentune Support

| Mar 24, 2014

Thanks Sheeba. Let us know which tips you liked most in the blog.

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Sheeba Wanee

| Mar 24, 2014

U hv wonderfully managed to compile this article with the most effective parenting tools .. I would give this article 5 stars .. Super like from me .. Thank you for sharing

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pratima

| Jun 06, 2013

Hi!! I like your suggested way to deal but sibbling rivalry is more difficult to handle in smaller agegroup ... my children are 3. 5 and 2 and it becomes very difficult set rules as the little one is just old enough to make mischiefs and setting rules for elder one makes her think tht i dont love her. ??

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shweta

| Jun 06, 2013

Very interesting blog gaurima.. I m a mother of 3. 5 yrs don and expecting the second child in november. You certainly answer many of the unasked questions. But still I feel sometimes its difficult to make the kids understand the ground rules is very difficult. For example I always try to explain rudra (my would be elder son) that this is not acceptable. . I tell him same thing once, twice, thrice then I tend to loose temper and shout sometimes. . Next time he wil do the same. I agree to the fact that parent's behavior has great impact on the same of a child's. But how to avoid the situations where we tend to loose tempers. .??

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Jyoti Moktali

| May 29, 2013

very useful blog arunima.

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gaurima

| May 23, 2013

Thanks Anurima!! Yup that's my family pic :)

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Anurima

| May 22, 2013

By the way, is that your family picture? Beautiful kids and a beautiful family :)

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Anurima

| May 22, 2013

Great blog Gaurima. You have answered many questions for me here :) I am sure to refer to this from time to time. Thanks!

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