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Sibling rivalry - what can you do to avoid conflict?

AifeAife LondonPosts: 2,310 Community Manager
edited November 2018 in Sex & Relationships
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Hey everyone,

Sibling rivalry is common, but it can be hard when there’s constant conflict. What can you do to avoid conflict? 

Share your thoughts below!
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  • SkiveSkive No discipline. No morality. No respect. New ForestPosts: 15,207 Skive's The Limit
    edited November 2018
    Engineer an "accident" to get rid of them ;)
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  • Lucy307Lucy307 UKPosts: 964 Part of The Mix Family
    Haha. I just try to understand and appreciate that we are totally different people. Some things I'm better at, others he's better at, so if I start to feel rivalry I would just think about remembering the things I'm good at!
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  • ShaunieShaunie Posts: 13,217 Born on Earth, Raised by The Mix
    edited November 2018
    I have a twin. And i feel like the closer the age the more rivarly and conflict as going through the same stages of life. Eg school & work. Though as we have gotten older we do have less conflict between differences ect as like what @Lucy307 said - is important to realise good at different things. & causes less agrument. But sometimes t because jelously and envy which is quite damaging.

    But as get older feel bad about doing better. And opposite when younger. Like my sister doesnt want to start voluterring or new work yet because will shift some sort of balance and she said she feels bad about it. Which obviously makes me feel like i am bringing her down and then that has caused arguments - even indirectly and feel get moody about anything with her after the conversation. As obviously bad tension. Though have realised havign more personal space away from each others make less conflict. And realising different people.  I have an older sister but lot less conflict as not so much similar age to compare as much as do with my other sister

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