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About the siblings fighting: the other suggestions given were fine, but No one said "talk" to them, not just saying "stop you shouldn't do that or it's annoying, etc." This worked with my kids: Parents need to give various examples of what it can mean, how it makes one feel, put them in a situation and it's someone else acting like that to them. Children still like us to talk to them when something negative is going on. Because it is a "teaching moment" and children do like learning and analyzing new things/situations. Oh, I could go on and on. I'd love to write a book about it.
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