Do your children have trouble saying they are sorry or apologizing when they hurt each other? You might be going about it the wrong way. Instead of teaching your children beginning at the first step, I recommend teaching them backwards. Here’s what that looks like.

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We are interested in hearts. Motives. Emotions. Reactions. Reasoning. Good questions not only help to bring information to the surface so that we can see it clearly, but so that our kids can see it clearly, too.

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Overwhelmed because the kids are constantly fighting? Here are some quick ideas to get some breathing room from sibling bickering an conflicts.

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So the kids are fighting. Again. And now you’ve got to do deal with it. But wait! Before you jump in, be sure to avoid this one common blunder!

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One of my favorite “secret weapons” for deflating sibling conflict quickly is to work with once child at a time. Here are three things you can do before you add another person to the conversation.

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You might think you know why the children are fighting. You might have identified the issue. But I bet it’s not really what you think!

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