6 Effective Habits For The Awesome Sibling Relationship

By: Rebecca Seow
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Habit 1: Allow siblings play time alone every day


Siblings can get to know more of each other through playing together. Children take play very seriously and in their pursuit of play, they can sometimes get too engrossed in it that sharing and being sensitive to the needs of their siblings get overlooked.


Ask any child with a sibling about some of the unhappy experiences he shared with his brother or sister and you would probably hear a reply such as “Didi came along and pushed my blocks down. I don’t like him!” and “Jie Jie snatched my toy when I was playing it. See? Now it’s broken…” Anger, hurt and sometimes, resentment are common amongst siblings when they play together and clash. However, these are teachable moments where siblings draw understanding from each other’s perspectives, likes and dislikes.


Conflicts are a way of them trying out ways to resolve an issue. Initially, parents may need to step in to dissolve an argument by teaching them how it is inappropriate to disrupt a brother or sister who is building a structure or why it is not right to fight over a toy, because in the end, everyone gets upset. Over time, children learn how parents view conflicts and how they use reasoning in order to resolve them. In time to come, siblings apply what they have observed from their parents to work out a meaningful sibling-hood independently.

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Posted on 15/11/2016

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