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When you have small children at home, it is completely normal for the children to argue and fight from time to time.

You know sibling rivalry is an issue when…

  • Your day to day life is spoilt by the constant bickering.
  • You find yourself tense and anxious – worried about the next fuss.
  • You realise that one (or more) of your children are being physically hurt in their own home, and you know that isn’t ok.
  • You don’t know how to stop the fighting.
  • You are constantly being called upon to sort out petty fights and arguments.
  • You worry about leaving your children alone in a room, for fear of what may happen.
  • The children let themselves (and you) down, in front of family and friends, with petty arguments and sometimes hurting each other. And you don’t know how to prevent it.
  • You’re surprised at how spiteful and malicious your children can be, and are worried that, if it goes on outside the home, your children could become bullies.
  • You are concerned that, if this sort of nastiness continues, their friendships and relationships could be badly affected.
  • On their own your children are lovely, but when together, they change, and become jealous, argumentative and mean.
  • Your weekends and family holidays are ruined by frequent and occasionally vicious arguments.
  • You feel shocked that, despite you bringing up the children well, they can be so volatile and spiteful at times.

How is it affecting you?

  • Is the atmosphere at home causing you to feel stressed and upset?
  • Are you having more arguments with your partner over how to deal with the fights? Or because you each side with a different child?

How is it affecting your children?

  • Do your children hate being at home, because of all the fusses?
  • Is home life for your children a battle? With bullying, teasing and spitefulness?
  • Could one of your children feel bullied in their own home? Where they can’t escape?
  • Is one of your children repeatedly teased or belittled?
  • Do your children sometimes sustain injuries, caused by a brother or sister punching, pinching or pulling their hair?