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Conflicts of children. What to do?

The position of parents is one of the key factors that may cool or to catalyze childhood conflicts. Typically, children get along better when they believe that parents don’t play favorites and they rightly apply to all children. When parents constantly praised the success of one child and put it in another example, the relationship between children destroyed. This does not mean that parents should behave equally with all the children. In children of different age and gender needs are different and parents have to take it into account. If one of them needed the jacket, not necessarily another to buy something to wear. Needs a second child may be associated with sports, computer or anything else. Equity does not mean sameness.

Parents it is very difficult to keep an equal distance in relation to children, when there are marital conflicts. When parents don’t get along, they can no longer effectively communicate with children, and this leads to increased strife between brothers and sisters. In a situation of marital crisis children tend to take sides and fight with the supporters of the “enemy” camp.

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