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Episode 9: Wrangling sibling conflict

Episode 9: Wrangling sibling conflict

Update: 2020-05-22
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Sibling squabbles happen in every home, but the changes to family life in recent months can lead to hot tempers, irritability, and some significant tensions between brothers and sisters. But our relationships with our siblings are amongst the most important and long lasting relationships in our lives, and when things go pear shaped and siblings are in conflict it can be extremely stressful for everyone.Parenting and family psychology expert, and founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, Professor Matt Sanders is here to answer your questions and give you some practical strategies to avoid sibling conflict and help your children communicate positively, share and be kind to each other.Professor Matt Sanders is ready to answer your questions on the Parenting in a Pandemic podcast. Record your questions on your smartphone voice memo app and email them to uqvideo@uq.edu.au. You can ask for advice, parenting tips or share concerns about your children's behaviour.To assist us in evaluating the helpfulness of the Parenting in a Pandemic podcast series, please visit https://pfsc.psychology.uq.edu.au/parentinginapandemic and follow the link to the research survey. The outcomes will be used to inform the development of future podcasts and improve the ways parenting support is provided to families.Resources: pfsc.psychology.uq.edu.au/parentinginapandemic
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Episode 9: Wrangling sibling conflict

Episode 9: Wrangling sibling conflict

Parenting in a Pandemic