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See 5 Genuine Reasons Why Brothers and Sisters Fight in 2020

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See 5 Genuine Reasons Why Brothers and Sisters Fight in 2020.

Why Brothers and Sisters Fight: Siblings fight for the most common reasons and their fight is the silliest fights in a family. It may be the girl or the boy, who is elder, fighting with younger sibling over a piece of cake or a bicycle ride.

why brothers and sisters fight

Some fight for the sake of things not being distributed equally or some due to more pamper to the other. It may not be serious issue in some families, but in some, they create havoc at home. Parents often get irritated by fights over such small things.

Sibling fights are inevitable this is why i have highlighted the top five reasons why brothers and sisters fight, so you know how to handle the situation as a parent.

1. Separation

Separation weakens the bond between siblings. So when they meet, they tend fight over small things like toys because of the absence of a relationship between them.

They treat each other as strangers even living under the same shed. Siblings should live together and share life.

Living life together is the best part siblings have. They grow up together seeing each other change through the years.

Even though they fight, they love each other equally. Sibling fights is an ebb, what you can do is to forgive, and carry on. After all, they have the same blood.

2. Possessiveness

It is very normal for children to be possessive with their belongings or belongings that are shared with their siblings. They are not only possessive about toys and other things, but also of each other.

While growing up, one usually fights over belongings that your sibling wanted to own.

Even if you both have equal number of toys, you were who always wanted an extra one Siblings cry and scream just because other one took away the toy from his hand, and Parents, end up in settling them.

3. Dominace and Rebellion

Some elder siblings have the tendency to dominate their younger once or control them at a certain level. On the other hand, some younger siblings are rebellious towards the dominance of their elders and this tends to often result in sibling fights.

Elder always think it is his responsibility to shelter the younger one while the younger think he is being dominated.

Younger sisters usually fight with elder brothers, who try to be over-protective in whatever she does. Resulting in irritation and fights between them, younger girls stays away from elder brothers.

There are elder brothers who mean more than just brothers to young sister, brothers protection create problem when it is overdosed.

4. Keeping and Sharing Secrets

Children are more comfortable telling the truth about something to their sibling than to their parent. Whenever a fight starts, they end up revealing the secrets.

Parents who can get close to their children to know them will improve this situation in their homes. Do not create distance between your child and you. You are his parent; you know him or her better than anyone else.

5. Parental Preference

I had to save the best for last. Parental Preference has been the result of so many sibling fights. In Some cases it gets so serious that it amounts to the death of a sibling by the other Sibling.

When parents prefer one child to the other, shower more love, care and attention on one child thereby neglecting the other.

It spurs up traits like hatred, jealousy and loneliness, which are not needed for a healthy brother and sister relationship. It is best for Parents to Love, care and treat their children equally.

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