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Sibling Relationship Building and Conflict Resolution

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Hi, there. I'm Lynna, mom to eight kiddos ages teen to toddler and certified Christian parenting coach.

I believe that the gospel transforms sibling conflict from an obstacle to an opportunity.

And I believe that, in Christ, you are fully equipped to face sibling conflict with confidence and grace, even if you didn't grow up in a Christian home.

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Recently a reader emailed me this question about what to do when her kids are fighting …Q. Is it best to separate them, let them resolve the issues themselves, or be the mediator?A. As with almost all parenting questions, the answer begins with “it depends”! There are times when each of these choices is appropriate

Should I Break Up a Fight or Let the Kids Work It Out?

Babysitting can be a great way for teens to get experience with childcare and learn important life skills. But what about teens babysitting their younger siblings? Is this a good idea? How do you know if they are ready? And what practical strategies can we use to make sure the arrangement works smoothly?I know you’re

Should Older Siblings Babysit Younger Siblings? Making Wise Choices for Your Children’s Safety

Being a parent is a challenging and often thankless job. You pour out your heart and your soul just to take good care of your kids and provide them with the love and care they need.Is it too much to ask that they show some common respect?The Respect Lightbulb MomentI often hear from parents who

6 Ways You Didn’t Know You Could Teach Your Kids Respect

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