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Managing sibling conflict: why siblings fight

There are lots of reasons why siblings fight. Here are some of the most common reasons:

(This is an excerpt from a 60 minute workplace parenting seminar ‘Managing Sibling Conflict’ delivered for Cityparents at Mayer Brown LLP)

For tips on how to manage sibling conflict, see Sibling conflict: a survival guide for parents and How to handle sibling rivalry.

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