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Sibling Rivalry's Homepage
|350||Date: 2007-10-02 10:16:47
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this has really helped me
|349||Date: 2007-08-19 11:13:12
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|348||Date: 2007-08-07 14:08:19
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|347||Date: 2007-07-18 04:34:27
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Hi there I am doing a research on sibling rivalry
|346||Date: 2007-07-09 17:48:40
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|345||Date: 2007-07-05 09:09:59
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hi nice site!
|344||Date: 2007-06-28 10:49:53
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Thanks for the article... it has been a great help especially to my
|343||Date: 2007-06-19 16:38:35
Jake ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.goodprint.co.uk) wrote:
Interesting, and thought provoking !
|342||Date: 2007-06-19 01:51:48
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|341||Date: 2007-05-16 18:02:07
Mark Geuy ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Cool looking site you have here.
|340||Date: 2007-05-14 02:58:47
Patrick Murphy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Was helpful in completing my final research paper regarding sibling
rivalry among two fictional characters.
|339||Date: 2007-05-12 10:42:02
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|338||Date: 2007-03-26 19:53:07
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ha! that's quite unexpected :P
|337||Date: 2007-03-16 02:56:46
Isabel ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Your site was extremely helpful for me as I did a research paper on
sibling rivalry! Thank-you!
|336||Date: 2007-03-15 16:46:06
Em ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
|335||Date: 2007-03-07 06:26:51
Kerryn Easey ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
trying to find a solution between 11yr boy & 9yr girl. Are constantly
fighting & I am at my tether.
|334||Date: 2007-01-30 15:39:16
Shalene ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i had a great time learning about sibling rivalry for some reason
|333||Date: 2007-01-23 17:53:58
Fred ( no email / http://www.fredrikmedia.com) wrote:
Great work you doing on the site
|332||Date: 2007-01-20 06:18:29
Renee ( no email / http://homeandfamily.biz) wrote:
I enjoyed reading about sibling rivalry on your site! It was very informative!
|331||Date: 2007-01-19 20:11:53
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|330||Date: 2007-01-17 22:47:14
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Impressive site. good work.
|329||Date: 2007-01-15 21:22:53
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|328||Date: 2007-01-14 12:07:42
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|327||Date: 2007-01-12 06:23:35
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|326||Date: 2007-01-05 04:20:13
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|325||Date: 2006-12-23 00:12:11
Larry Cornelius ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
does money cause rivalry
|324||Date: 2006-12-21 16:51:20
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|323||Date: 2006-12-21 11:48:05
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|322||Date: 2006-12-20 20:18:36
greg ( Firefighter2861@netscape.net / no homepage) wrote:
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|321||Date: 2006-12-20 01:02:32
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|320||Date: 2006-12-11 15:59:24
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|319||Date: 2006-12-07 12:42:06
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|318||Date: 2006-11-14 06:45:25
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|317||Date: 2006-11-10 11:30:42
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|316||Date: 2006-10-31 18:18:15
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|315||Date: 2006-10-27 00:52:34
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|314||Date: 2006-10-20 18:10:42
Leif ( no email / http://www.Leif-Gebhardt.net) wrote:
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|313||Date: 2006-10-18 10:17:31
Maria Hoey ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Very helpful as I am writing a novel about sibling rivalry. I am from
|312||Date: 2006-10-17 16:50:28
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|311||Date: 2006-10-15 09:56:44
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|310||Date: 2006-10-05 21:07:31
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|309||Date: 2006-10-02 17:46:36
Miranda ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
thnaxs for the info:) i'm doin a parenting prject..you really helped<3
much love ...and remeber god loves you all
|308||Date: 2006-09-07 20:14:59
Adipex ( email@example.com / http://dallas.awardspace.info) wrote:
good website. this helped
|307||Date: 2006-08-07 02:38:32
Jessica ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I just had two daughters one just turned 3 and the other is not one
yet. I let my older daughter help out with the baby and she even rocks
here "bear she named after her little sister" so sleep next to me while
I rock her sister. I have lots of one-on one time with the older child
and even take her to mom and me gymnastics every week together and to appointments
with me alone. I try to have talks with her about her sister, most of the
time she is great but at times she will squeze her sister to tightly and
I remind her that her sister is little. I feel guilty for spending time
with her little sister if she is around or I will try to do more with her
when her big sister is busy. I have them sleep at different times because
that way I can have one on one time with the other and they don't get jealous.
Overall I really keep up with it but I was wondering when they get older
will I not have to be so careful. I hope that when they start playing together
more that I will be able to so more activities together and they will be
able to understand better that I still love them both and it is ok to spend
time with the other. By the way my husband got a vasectomy.
|306||Date: 2006-07-19 08:46:41
jared mahon ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
good but i did not get the evil thing not got that love it thanks
|305||Date: 2006-07-04 15:45:24
J Hudson ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found your article very useful and it has brought clarity to a situation
my boyfriend is the youngest of 4 and his 2 older brother is making his
life reallly difficult as he has taken over the purse strings it is useful
to see your explanation thanks
|304||Date: 2006-06-30 23:51:22
Mary Jo ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am the youngest of nine children, and I have one child.....can you guess why?????!!!!!!
I am aboutto visit my parents and some siblings and their children. It is sometimes confusing for me.
The family is now extended to 25 grandchildren, my son being the last, and now three great grandchildren
Your articles raise some very intersting pointe to ponder..thanks
|303||Date: 2006-06-19 16:27:05
eze naija ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
oh this is a wonderful site please keep up the good worl
|302||Date: 2006-06-18 14:19:12
Alex_Klim ( email@example.com / http://girlsfree.alkablog.com/) wrote:
mm it was pleasant to me
|301||Date: 2006-05-25 15:15:53
Alasdair Rees ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Power abuse sucks stand up against Stephen Harper
|300||Date: 2006-05-25 14:07:55
Anthony ( email@example.com / http://www.langparadise.blogspot.com/) wrote:
As a second child of four I definitely experienced sibling rivalry growing
up. I learned a lot from your article.
|299||Date: 2006-04-26 22:41:36
peter park ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
nice website. this helped
|298||Date: 2006-04-25 17:47:44
Melissa ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am a Junior at a highschool in Ohio and we are doing reports on certain
topics that have to do with family life. Ive spent 4 days trying to find
something related to my topic "Sibling Rivalry" and yours has been the
most helpful. I can also say that I can relate to a lot of the things you
wrote about in the article. My younger brother is going to be 11 soon and
I am 17. I also have 3 older sisters and the oldest is almost 30. Its difficult
becuase he's the only boy so of course he's spoiled. My mom is not the
best of mothers either. We had some hard times when i was younger and she
feels as though she failed with me so she's given up on me and devotes
all her time and attention to him. But I wanted to say thank you for letting
all those other parents out there know that there is such thing as sibling
rivalry and that it does get bad sometimes. Thank you for the help on my
project as well.
|297||Date: 2006-04-19 13:30:40
Jerome O'Leary ( Geromeoleary@eircom.net / no homepage) wrote:
I Found your article interesting in respect of the fact that i have
real differences with my Brother who is 8 Years Older, we have nothing
in Common, he moved to Canada when i was 18, i lived in London England,
then moved to Ireland, where i still live. Both of my Parents come from
The Catholic Rural Ireland of the 1914's, There are only two Siblings in
our Family, Both my Brother & Myself were born in London England in
1940's & 1950's my Brother would not bring his family to either country
while my Parents where alive and up to this day Hasn't i am now 52, he
was/is extremely distant towards me my cousins told me he bullied, / Scared
the Life out of me when i was young, i cannot remember this. Since i was
an adult, i have hit both my MOTHER, & FATHER, when they were alive
& Have Had Physical Fights with my Brother who is still alive . why
this started only when i was an adult i do not know, i have no History
of Violence Outside of the Family at all, only inside my Close Family From
|296||Date: 2006-04-12 19:23:07
Monique ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found this article informative and helpful. I am the mother of 2 boys
that are 21 months apart. They are 7 and 9 years old now. There have always
been little squabbles, but it seems that recently for some reason the older
one thinks he needs to rule over the younger one. The 9 year old will often
repeat me, if I say "brush your teeth please" then the older boy yells
at the younger one "Brush your teeth!" I remind him that I am the parent,
but he has continues to do it, strangely though he does apologize to me.
The younger boy does antagonize a bit too. And sometimes after giving them
hints to solve it on their own I finally have to step in. The older boy's
aggression and frustration is way out of propoprtion to problem. I spend
allot of time talking to him about how we treat others, how would he like
to be treated and so on. Dad thinks this all could be cured with a few
good spankings. I am against spanking for this problem though.
|295||Date: 2006-04-08 16:12:24
Yolanda ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for your article, "Sibling Rivalry". I'm doing a resaerch
paper, and your article is so helpful and full of insight that I would
use it as my only source, if I could. But I'm required to use "several"
sources, so I can't do that. Again, thank you.
|294||Date: 2006-04-05 04:20:25
Jacinta ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
this was a really good site and helped me with a uni assignment that
i am doing. i will recommend this to anybody who needs it.
|293||Date: 2006-04-03 10:52:24
chester thompson ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
this article came up as number one and I plan to read it.
|292||Date: 2006-04-02 16:32:15
Jermaine ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Very constructive. Thank you for helping me to provide information to
support my assignment. Continue with the good work. \(^_^)/
|291||Date: 2006-03-28 11:06:33
rosie tomkinson ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I AM STRUGGLING VERY MUCH SO AT THE MOMENT WITH MY 5YR OLD AND 2YR OLD.
I'VE NEVER REALLY STRUGGLED WITH DISIPLINE ON OTHER ISSUES BUT THIS IS
ONE THAT COMES UP OVER AND OVER AGAIN EVERYDAY AND IS DRIVING ME MAD, THE
CONSTANT FIGHTING AND TORMENT OVER TOYS AND SHARING. ALTHOUGH I'M FAMILIAR
WITH WHAT YOUR SAYING IN YOUR ARTICLE, AND IT MAKES ME FEEL BETTER - TECHNIQUES
AND METHODS WOULD ALSO BE APPRECIATED......THANKS AGAIN
|290||Date: 2006-03-27 18:13:06
Ronna ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I really appreciate your article on sibling rivalry. I have four younger
siblings and there are times when the bickering gets to the point where
I can only say "Just drop it. Let's talk about something else." It's not
malicious or anything, but it just goes on and on, sometimes. My mother
says she doesn't understand why we always argue. According to her, she
and her four siblings never had the problems we do. At the same time, my
father and his siblings are "split" over their parents' divorce, since
some side with the mother and some with the father. It's good to know that
my siblings and I are not the only ones with the arguing.
|289||Date: 2006-03-26 20:44:56
Anne ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you, Dr. Boyle, for this clear,indepth essay on sibling rivalry.
As a child, I watched my father's siblings, whom I knew loved each other,
shout and yell at each other over past grievences. Now, my two youngest
daughters are doing the same, and I wonder why they can't see each other
as the fine women they each are. They're wasting good time being resentful.
I accept my responsibility in treating the youngest more favorably and
I have apologized. I frequently express my admiration to the older one
for her amazing accomplishments. But they're still fueding, to the great
dismay of those of us who love them both. Again, they're wasting good time.
|288||Date: 2006-03-15 10:44:29
Semi ( no email / http://www.digitmerleg.freeweb.hu) wrote:
Thanks for the article... it has been a great help especially to my
|287||Date: 2006-03-13 16:51:56
Nancy Rowe ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I found it interesting. It, however, still doesn't help me to figure
out how to stop my two girls from fighting (4 years and 10 months old respectively).
|286||Date: 2006-02-28 22:21:29
Kate ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I wanted to let you know I was citing your words in a paper I am writing
for class. Thank you
|285||Date: 2006-02-22 08:35:35
ann devlin ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Oh, yes, i'm familiar with what you'r saying
|284||Date: 2006-02-08 15:36:17
Terry Best ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I am a 54 year old woman and the sibling rivalry is to the point where
I am going to have to disconnect from both my brother and sister. I am
heartsick over this. But after years of trying to be there for them and
having them take the help but then rebuke me, I can no longer turn the
other cheek. Your article helped me see some of the bigger picture but
it is so confusing and so hurtful. I live in Austin, TX.
|283||Date: 2006-01-24 14:48:30
nancy lopez ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
im doing research on sibling rivalry and your essay was very helpful.
as a matter of fact, it was enough so i didnt have to go look at other
|282||Date: 2006-01-21 04:29:43
Marie ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you so much! I really appreciated reading your work. I am a grandmother
worried about the rivalry between my two very young grandsons and I am
searching for knowledge for myself and their parents.
|281||Date: 2006-01-19 17:03:33
kathryn ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
thanks really helpfull in coursework im lucky i get on with my brother
|280||Date: 2006-01-19 16:55:09
kate ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
very usefull thanx i got on with my brother very well when we were young
but now he is such a pain in the arse and we always fight will this be
damaging when i have kids
|279||Date: 2006-01-17 05:10:30
Vanesa ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
very interesting info. Thanks!
|278||Date: 2006-01-10 05:47:37
Joey ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
very interesting read. However, what to do if you are the product of
sibling rivalry and want to change things not only for your children but
|277||Date: 2006-01-08 20:56:15
mark kirtley ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
A helpful article on sibling rivalry! (Big Bend National Park, Texas)
|276||Date: 2005-12-30 20:41:43
Kelly ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I found these interesting to read, I am changing my views with my family
to try to change the effects of my life as a child.
|275||Date: 2005-12-21 01:42:20
janetcopland ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
very interesting I am the yougest of 3 siblings and haven't done as
well as the first one .
|274||Date: 2005-12-15 16:18:38
marji ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Information will set me free
|273||Date: 2005-12-15 01:26:39
chris ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://myspace.com) wrote:
hey thanks for writing all this......im 12 ...my mom and dad saw me
and my brother beatin the crap out of eachother and so now there "new punishment"
is to make us write a paper on sibling rivalry, family , respect,etc.....soo
i did get in trouble as much because like the writing said "it sometimes
is caused by prized possesion of one using the game,etc.. and the other
wanting to use it but the owner doesnt allow it" thats wut happened to
me and my brother......he wouldnt let me play his game so when me and my
friend started playing my game he was like "i call next game" then the
game ended and i said " its not fair if i cant play urs and u can play
mine"...so i tried to take the disk out of the PS2 and he lifted me up
and threw me......then he slammed my head against the wall...so i punched
him in the.........ok and then our parents stopped us. thanks for the help
on the paper
|272||Date: 2005-12-09 16:55:33
William Boyle ( email@example.com / http://www.angelfire.com/md/imsystem/sibriv1.html) wrote:
Do you have an interesting sibling rivalry story?
Or, do you know anyone who does?
Then, MTV wants to hear from you!
Wed, 7 Dec 2005
MTV True Life: I�m Jealous of my Sibling
Do you ever feel like your brother or sister gets all the glory? Are you jealous of your brother or sister because they are more successful, always get more attention from your parents or for any other unique reason? And are you planning to shake free of your sibling�s shadow somehow? If so, MTV wants to hear your story. If you appear to be between the ages of 16 and 28, write in and let us know the details of your sibling rivalry. Tell us why the story of your jealous relationship needs to be heard on MTV. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details of your story. Be sure to include your name, address, phone number and a picture if possible.
|271||Date: 2005-12-02 16:11:29
Kaitlynn ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
This was very useful information
|270||Date: 2005-12-02 03:28:30
Michael Eichenberger ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Your publication is very insightful.
|269||Date: 2005-11-29 21:25:08
sandy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
very good writing. thank you.
|268||Date: 2005-11-29 04:21:24
Steve ( no email / http://www.yahoo.com) wrote:
This site was great, I needed information for a school project and it
told me everything i needed to know! (I did cite :-] )
|267||Date: 2005-11-27 20:49:00
ashley ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i find your facts very interesting
|266||Date: 2005-11-13 02:33:29
cindy k ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
good article. i am experiencing sibling rivalry with my 3 sisters now.
i have 2 older and one younger and it is such a battle all the time that
i made a decision to just alienate myself because i can't take it anymore,
and now with the holidays coming it will be hard.
|265||Date: 2005-11-09 02:30:23
sam asiedu ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
great site, thanks and keep up the good work,
|264||Date: 2005-11-02 00:05:19
Olmy ( email@example.com / http://lwww.yahoo.com) wrote:
great site. love it
|263||Date: 2005-11-01 16:03:38
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Your site is very cool, congratulations!
|262||Date: 2005-10-29 19:37:42
Amy Phillips ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for an interesting article. I appreciate you making it available.
|261||Date: 2005-10-27 09:32:33
kirsty ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
this site was very helpful!
|260||Date: 2005-10-24 22:27:15
Carol A Mick ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I wish I had this years ago have had no success in trying to befriend
my sister. She has now waited till she could get the doctor's to affirm
Alzeheimer's diagnosis for our mother so that she could movein on me and
get my mother's care away from me. My parents twenty years ago talked to
me about being their for them when they became elderly.
|259||Date: 2005-09-15 01:06:12
Lou ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
The story of Melinda and Josie has a lot of similarities to my situation. My older sister is like Melinda, constantly having to have her own way. Her bad temper, hatred towards me and constant verbal abuse have caused me much emotional pain and damage.
I am very disapppointed that everyone is accepting the appalling behaviour of the aggressor, explaining it as her expressing her need for love. The sibling who is the victim of her anger did not deserve it, but is left alone to fend for herself, receive no help for healing. What's more, the recommended course is to extend more love to the abuser. This is unjustice and hurtful to the victim.
|258||Date: 2005-08-19 05:53:35
Tina Girczyc ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Execellent I am trying to become my Mother's legal guardian there is
10 years and 8 years difference between me and my too brothers, My father
was violent and the idea of having a daughter was terrible and he hated
it. My mother was cool and unemotional. I feel like the black sheep of
the family. however my father died in a tragic accident along with his
nephew my brothers were their but survived. I currently have a execellent
relationship with my Mother and I gave her the greatest gift Unconditional
Love. My brother put her in a Nursing Home he was her favorite, Ive had
my problems lacl of self esteem and no respect for my self...This has all
changed, Iam so grateful to God and seek his guidance all the time, and
I am going to continue to stand up for my Mother's rights and my own. Your
web sight is well appreciated. I live in the United States in Woonsockete
|257||Date: 2005-07-26 07:28:55
Jean Kimpton ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Enjoyed reading the articles and essays.
|256||Date: 2005-07-22 17:30:59
Letitia McCown ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Your website has been rather helpful. I wasn't aware of the rivalry
between my sister and I until it was unbearable. She is 44 and I am 42.
I don't even know where to start in figuring it out and lately have concluded
that there is no figuring it out. I believe there is something wrong with
her mentally at the foundation of all this. I moved to NY and after getting
into some legal trouble in her state, she followed me and began a 15-year
co-dependent, rivalrous and downright strange relationship. I had to opportunity
to move to Los Angeles. I was there three years -- time enough away to
figure out something wasn't quite right. She again followed me with reasons
I still don't understand and the button pushing began, culminating in a
fistfight over her not returning my apt. keys after I'd asked her not to
hang out in my apt. when I wasn't there. I've since moved again. We have
a third younger sister who she talks down about me to and everyone she
meets. I recently came across a memory book from my senior year in high
school and discovered, mixed within the heartfelt and sincere wishes of
my classmates, she'd written comments glorifying herself and discounting
my high school relationships and experiences. I sought therapy after the
fight as I was suffering from PTSD from and incident that had occurred
in L.A. shortly before she showed up. My psychiatrist helped me to reframe
the whole relationship and to learn to set boundaries. I just don't understand
why, if she hates me so much, why does she continue to try to inject herself
into my life and take away or diminish that which is important to me and
consistently paint me in a negative light? I have made great strides in
my life and will continue to. I just don't understand this. Can you give
me some insight?
|255||Date: 2005-06-29 21:54:45
janice ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for your very informative web site I was doing this for a
college class and ending up finding this helpful. thanks again
|254||Date: 2005-06-04 04:32:15
cindy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I found your web site very helpful. I am the 4th child of 7 and have
had many years of disappointment with my 3 sisters, how they exclude me
all the time from doing "fun "things together. I am so dreading an upcoming
wedding in another state where I will feel so out of place. My mother died
when I was just under 5. My Dad remarried and moved all over the country.
I am married and have 3 children of my own. I have only have 1 daughter
that gave me great grief the past 1 1/2 years, my husband had open heart
last year, i have my terminal mother in law living with me, lost my husbands
sister who was a great friend to me....I could go on but I have found out
the past 6 months i have anxiety and am trying different medication but
as this wedding approaches that I have been left out of helping to plan
the bridal shower I just want to stay away. I am attending with my children
but my husband has to stay behind to care for his Mom. I am very nervous
any ideas would be appreciated.
|253||Date: 2005-05-09 23:12:31
casey ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
i am doing sibling rivalry as my society and culture major assessment
task in year 12. You website was so helpful and i thankyou for that.
|252||Date: 2005-04-19 00:05:18
kim dunn ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thankyou for the information...I have 7 grandchildren to sort out....in
the one family that are in my charge. I am an only child and my daughter
has had 7 children...this is helpfull...
|251||Date: 2005-04-13 21:40:12
billy parry ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
im the oldest and i always get in troble
|250||Date: 2005-04-06 14:32:48
sivananthan ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Good -clear article-about abuse of power.
|249||Date: 2005-03-30 23:20:36
karen ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for your articles.
|248||Date: 2005-03-05 04:17:32
Nancy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
This is a very important topic. I wonder if there is a connection between
sibling rivalry and sociopathic behavior. The same lack of empathy and
narcissism prevails in both.
|247||Date: 2005-03-03 11:45:17
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|246||Date: 2005-02-27 17:36:09
Ken S Epps ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for the info - My mother who has my sister, common law husband
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She claims now that she wouldn't have done this with hindsight but also
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or question too much that this would be harrassment. My older brother and
I originally arranged for them to move in with mom (my father had just
recently passed) to give them a leg up.
|245||Date: 2005-02-23 01:51:51
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I have been punched and kicked many times by my brother, to the point
of bruises and cuts. He is 18 and I am 15. Now that he is an Adult, I was
wondering what changes now when he Harms me. Could I legally prosecute
him? I need to know what to do now because I am afraid I'm going to be
in a Hospital Soon.
|244||Date: 2005-02-23 01:37:15
Cindy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Ummm. I think this site helped me...a lot!
|243||Date: 2005-02-17 00:43:14
Tyree Cooper ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found your article very interesting and informative. I am writing
a research paper on the subject of sibling rivalry mainly so I may understand
my own sisters hatered behavrior towards me.
|242||Date: 2005-02-13 17:53:10
winifred ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
you really helped me with my advirsety project in english Thanks!
|241||Date: 2005-02-01 19:32:07
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To be honest, I like this page a lot, much to read about. Thanks!
|240||Date: 2005-01-29 15:36:54
Debbie Klein ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I teach sibling rivalry to 80-120 parents a year. This article has been
extremely helpful. Thank you for your input. I appreciate it.
|239||Date: 2005-01-20 14:59:28
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|238||Date: 2005-01-17 17:29:24
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|237||Date: 2005-01-16 13:39:01
denise ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for this fascinating insight into Sibling Rivalry. I am currently
expierencing this problem in our family, which has led to a dangerous situation
with my brother in law, he is trying to manipulate my parents finances.He
has lost so far.
|236||Date: 2005-01-12 16:13:32
Mike ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Very nice site... i really like it.. i wish u all the best... greetings :-)
|235||Date: 2005-01-10 09:50:29
wilma cope ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
This basic information is very thought provoking and helpful to me in
my longstanding problematical relationship with my sister five years older
who was between me and my brother siz years older than me. She always has
felt I was favoured and that she missed out on our parents attention because
she was born 14 months after him.
|234||Date: 2005-01-07 06:57:47
Jenny ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you; trying to write an essay concerning interprifessional issues;
was very useful
|233||Date: 2004-12-30 19:38:42
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|232||Date: 2004-12-01 19:53:51
sara connolly ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for your explanations, it makes sence of the problems we are
experiencing as a family
|231||Date: 2004-11-25 13:36:13
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|230||Date: 2004-11-24 13:54:44
olga ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
just reading some your articles have helped. i just bought the book
Road Less traveled and Necessary Losses by Judith Viorst. I've come to
understand that my sister has had no growth emotionally because she only
remembers Mom's favorite children. Their are 8 children in our family.
I saw the same but don't feel anger or hate toward those children. I love
my parents regardless of what done in the past. My parents were not educated
people and did their best in raising us. What i see is that she feels comfort
in holding on to the past. i read a lot to educate myself and it had helped
me deal with her rivarly with me and the other children. thanks for your
|229||Date: 2004-11-19 03:31:46
Leslie ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
It was very interesting to read your article. The recommended books
also look worthwhile. My sister and I are in a family business together,
that definitely produces friction between us.
|228||Date: 2004-11-17 02:40:23
Maureen ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Great article,it was very informative.It really helped with my project
|227||Date: 2004-11-11 23:08:54
Kannie ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
it helped me alot with my project
|226||Date: 2004-11-10 02:36:04
Alison ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Exactly what I was looking for in this topic! Thanks for making it so
easy for me!!
|225||Date: 2004-11-06 19:30:37
Elizabeth ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
thank you for the useful insight on this important subject. i plan to
read more in the books recommended in your report.
|224||Date: 2004-11-05 23:50:09
Erminia ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
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|223||Date: 2004-11-03 11:05:34
Michael Porter ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
First time to this site ...thank you for opening a difficult area
|222||Date: 2004-11-02 21:16:39
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|221||Date: 2004-10-26 20:59:59
Jaqui Chagauceda ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Great info on this site.
|220||Date: 2004-10-22 23:06:18
Lois Bowerman ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
My children are in their fifties and my middle child (woman) has always
had this "poor Me" attitude.I thought things had finally worked out, but
just a couple weeks ago at a wedding it all came back and I was just looking
for more information. I agree some what with what you said and question
some of it too. Thanks
|219||Date: 2004-10-17 22:24:30
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|218||Date: 2004-10-12 13:07:29
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|217||Date: 2004-10-11 19:40:43
matins ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.myway.com) wrote:
the site is very ok with the information on resolving the conflict of
|216||Date: 2004-10-09 18:50:33
Amanda ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
I was just doing a cause paper for my college English class, and I got
most of my information about the causes of sibling rivalry from this site.
|215||Date: 2004-10-07 02:35:49
rudalyn ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
for me sibling rivalry is definitely broad and unexplainable.
|214||Date: 2004-10-02 12:19:47
Helen Phillips ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
|213||Date: 2004-09-11 18:30:06
britt rohde ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I have read all you had to say about sibling rivalry but still dont
see the reason why my children fight or what I should do about it, since
I feel I already have done everything you mentioned to prevent it.. I have
3 sons, 7,9 and 11 years old..... but thanks anyway.
|212||Date: 2004-09-10 14:51:47
Roy Carpio ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Excellent. I was invited to talk before a group of grade 3 parents on
this topic and i have no scientific data to back me up. I decided to check
with the net and i found your material. Thanks
|211||Date: 2004-09-07 09:07:07
Marjorie Duffield ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Very helpfull. My children aged 20(Adam) and 18 (Rebecca) have developed
"hate"as they call it for each other. Rebecca wants to move out. I don't
want her to. I hope your essay helps me sort things out in our family.
|210||Date: 2004-08-30 18:07:01
Peter ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://peterhuth.de) wrote:
nice, very nice
|209||Date: 2004-08-27 21:52:04
sharon ( email@example.com / http://www.centerpoint-us.com) wrote:
VERY interesting. Thank you
|208||Date: 2004-08-24 17:59:16
Samantha ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found your site to be very informative and extremely interesting.
I, myself, am the youngest in the family and found the information you
provided to be very accurate and agree with your insights on the mind-development
of the youngest child.
|207||Date: 2004-08-21 16:51:46
Margie Sorensen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for your comprehensive website on sibling rivalry. My daughter found it on Google.com and recommended it to me. In turn, I have recommended it to two of our other children. Your ideas and your links are the best I have found on this subject. We keep thinking that sibling rivalry issues are long gone, since our four children (we had 4 of them in 4.5 years) are now all in their forties. We appreciate your help. I liked your reference to Cain and Abel in Genesis, which we also had noted. There is also a related experience in the beginning of the Book of Mormon between three brothers, Nephi, Laman, and Lemuel, which is another sibling rivalry issue gone wrong; another noted sibling rivalry issue that was never resolved was between Abraham's two sons, Isaac and Ishmael, which eventually became the Jews and the Arabs, and they are still fighting.
|206||Date: 2004-08-21 07:36:21
wawee pan ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
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|205||Date: 2004-08-13 08:33:37
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|204||Date: 2004-08-12 13:53:01
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|203||Date: 2004-08-08 21:36:29
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|202||Date: 2004-07-28 16:20:23
laurieann patitucci ( email@example.com / http://yahoo.com) wrote:
I have 5 children, the younger ones i can handle without a problem,
the older girls 11 and 15 are constantly pushing eachothers buttons, and
they both hate eachother.. its a power play, and a diffucult one to say
the least. Any adivece would be great. thank you
|201||Date: 2004-07-28 04:49:48
Cassie ( Jellybean_25_j@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:
Chossing this topic as an interest project at school, i feel this site
provided worthy information.
|200||Date: 2004-07-22 15:38:20
Peter ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
|199||Date: 2004-07-21 06:05:01
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|198||Date: 2004-07-01 23:47:57
Peter ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.ibdg.co.nz) wrote:
Just thought I would say Hi
I run a small web design and internet marketing company in new zealand
|197||Date: 2004-06-29 18:41:45
Berdy ( email@example.com / http://www.satfocus.de) wrote:
Da gibts einiges interessantes zu lesen!
|196||Date: 2004-06-28 23:34:55
Emil Lazarian ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.armenianclub.com) wrote:
yep, i agree
|195||Date: 2004-06-21 15:22:48
Diane ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Very informative. I was a little offended by the use of the word "hate".
I don't believe that love and hate are emotions unto themselves. I think
resentment is a more appropriate word when discussing unresolved sibling
rivalry being played out on our own children. Also, I am desparate to know
more about identical twin boy sibling rivalry when there is an older boy
in the family. Help!
|194||Date: 2004-06-11 22:57:03
kliven ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Wow, great news. I think it's good idea.
|193||Date: 2004-06-05 20:43:30
Bruce Johnston ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am # 2 son, born 22 months after my older brother. You are not kidding!
But I forgave hime years ago.
|192||Date: 2004-06-01 22:43:25
Kerry Mcleod ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for describing the real depth and darkness of the problem.
|191||Date: 2004-06-01 03:04:11
Erica D. Baravik ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
This is very insightful information. I think I'm now on the right track to start dealing with sibling rivalry issues in my own home between my 2 very young boys. They're becoming downright TERRIBLE!!! Thanks for the reference leads, so my husband and I can start to turn this thing around.
|190||Date: 2004-05-29 16:40:36
Mary Murphy ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hi Dr. Boyle,
|189||Date: 2004-05-27 00:30:01
tilda ( hells_angel_Princess4u@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:
im suppose 2 be doin my skool work
|188||Date: 2004-05-25 14:48:15
Dr. Vera Rabie-Azoory ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Dear Dr. Boyle,
Thus you have a family model: Prime and Auxiliary parents, and children who are alternately of a Favored and Disfavored disposition.
Finally, it is no accident that the story of Cain and Abel is the first one in the Bible. It is the paradigm of life. What parents need to know is that it is going to happen. The problem is how to handle it realistically.
You may look for my website, which will soon be launched. In the meantime, reference to my work can be found on WebMD.com.
Dr. Vera Rabie-Azoory
|187||Date: 2004-05-22 19:59:22
Lisa ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I have a 4 year old girl, who was only 9 months old when i became pregnant
with her brother, i hear her whispering to her brother to do bad things
and seems to try to get him into trouble generally, i try my best for my
kids, i stay at home and my life revolves around them, the weekends are
always about them, and i try to give them as much time as is humanly possible,
it seems this is not enough and i wish i knew where i was going wrong,
my little girl only seems happy when all is conflict, i'm going to try
taking her out alone tommorow, maybe she just needs my individual attention.
|186||Date: 2004-05-03 15:47:46
C. A. D. ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
My husband and his 3 sisters are dealing with a parent who has terminal
cancer. Their rivalry is explodes into screaming,verbal abuse situations
whenever the four children are toghether. It is destroying the parents
and they are reduced to tears after every episode their children are creating!
I hope this will help before one of their parents is gone.
|185||Date: 2004-04-23 16:53:41
Julie Ottinger ( email@example.com / http://comcast.com) wrote:
I would like info about my 23-month-old girl granchild who is extremely
loving to her 1-month-old brother but is pitching fits otherwise for no
discernible cause her parents can find. These fits seem to have nothing
to do with the baby.
|184||Date: 2004-04-21 19:08:44
rachel ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
|183||Date: 2004-04-20 15:34:54
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|182||Date: 2004-04-15 18:33:07
Mark Ochieng Ayara ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.christianet.com) wrote:
Helped me alot in my paper on growth and Development
|181||Date: 2004-04-14 03:35:00
Jason ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Excellent source for my research paper... You have been cited my friend!
|180||Date: 2004-03-16 23:48:42
annette ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
A very interesting and informative essay.
|179||Date: 2004-03-09 00:13:28
misty ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
helped me a lot with my children
|178||Date: 2004-02-25 22:17:15
Jennifer ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
this helped with my research for my paper, thanks!
|177||Date: 2004-01-25 11:16:52
rosalie shaheen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
researching sibling rivalry
|176||Date: 2004-01-18 18:44:47
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|175||Date: 2004-01-14 17:54:20
Alicia ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I picked sibling rivalry as a topic for my grade 12 family studies course
and found your site gave me much appreciated information... both primary
and secondary sources. Thanks so much! I've learned alot to take back with
me when I one day become a parent.
|174||Date: 2004-01-04 17:44:50
K. Bomareto ( KBomareto@aol.com / http://rapidrealty.com) wrote:
I am just getting atarted, will let you know.
|173||Date: 2004-01-01 11:26:57
alpha charlie ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i am facing a problem of sibling rivalry at home with my two sons aged
17 and 18 years. I hope a detailed study and implementation of the suggested
ideas will help improve the situation
|172||Date: 2003-12-20 01:27:55
melissa thames ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I'm having a hard time with my children and rivalry, I enjoyed reading
|171||Date: 2003-12-18 07:33:56
Mary Jo ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Your article on sibling rivalry is very informative, and gives parents
a lot of good advise.
|170||Date: 2003-12-16 16:30:01
Mandie ( email@example.com / http://www.mandieroger.friendpages.com) wrote:
i am doing an essay on sibling rivalry
|169||Date: 2003-12-11 15:55:06
Jenn ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I think this is a verry well put web sit but the only this is, is thatyou
menchoned about the parents shoud whate in be tween children so that thay
both get the attshon that thay need and in my case i have 2 nephues that
are obne year apart and yet there the best of friends and i thik its be
cause there so close in age.
|168||Date: 2003-12-10 18:27:36
simone ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
this has helped me with my report. thank you
|167||Date: 2003-11-26 16:59:54
soniakapoor ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i really liked the material and i am doing my masters from india and
i will definitely make use of the matter..it covers the topic in wide perspective
|166||Date: 2003-11-23 14:38:48
Angela ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Your article was very helpful. I have two boys and now i can begin to
understand the problem with both of them and me and my family. Thanks for
publishing such an awesome article.
|165||Date: 2003-11-20 18:05:00
kasey ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
your a great sorce site!
|164||Date: 2003-11-20 01:39:06
kellee ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am just doing research for an article I'm writing on sibling rivalry.
This site has been most helpfull.
|163||Date: 2003-11-18 01:08:20
Peter Aikman ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I enjoyed your website as it provided a wide knowledge on the topic
of sibling rivilary. It covered a number of angles and even covered what
the community can do. Well done
|162||Date: 2003-11-12 22:07:23
Adrienne ( Adrieb18@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
I really like your website it has helped me a lot in writing my psycology
paper about sibling rivalry.
|161||Date: 2003-11-09 21:33:59
Paul :^) ( email@example.com / http://www.my-matrix.cjb.net/) wrote:
hi good article you got on what abuse of power is.
all the best.
|160||Date: 2003-11-05 10:05:29
saad i. abass ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
very usefull for me
|159||Date: 2003-11-03 03:44:44
Zaareh Manassian ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
|158||Date: 2003-10-31 14:36:01
amanda ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
|157||Date: 2003-10-24 18:26:04
judith ryan ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Great article. It gave good insights to the struggles I still have with
my siblings eventhough we are adults.
|156||Date: 2003-10-11 15:14:23
KAFI NIASHA NICHOLAS ( TRINILUVBUG@YAHOO.COM / no homepage) wrote:
IN MY OPINION,SIBLING RIVALRY IS INEVITABLE.HOWEVER,SUCH SITUATIONS
SHOULD BE AVOIDED!!!IF PROVOCATION OCCURS IT CAN BE DETRIMENTAL.
|155||Date: 2003-10-07 15:01:02
Joanne Manser ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
|154||Date: 2003-10-03 17:21:34
melissa allen ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.expage.com/theworldofsmell) wrote:
This page gave me plenty of great information....but i thought that
this page would focus more on the causes and how to get through it......but
|153||Date: 2003-10-03 16:48:11
marilyn allen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
very good....gave me good ideas and stuff for my project
|152||Date: 2003-09-28 21:52:40
Ashley ( Raders4@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am 13 and i have a twin brother with learning disabilities. I am in
the seventh grade and i have really hard 9th grade classes. he has for
the first time in his life climbed out of the ec classes and into regual
on level classes. we have major differences...he can put together anything
and i am aceing the 9th grade at 13. there is major rivalry at our house.
|151||Date: 2003-09-18 05:02:46
Judy Morgan ( Jspitfire56@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Dear Dr Boyle,
|150||Date: 2003-09-16 12:12:14
savitha ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for the information
|149||Date: 2003-09-15 17:54:20
james ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
|148||Date: 2003-09-15 17:13:40
Tressa ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found this to be very interesting reading. It also shed some light
on relationships in my family. It also gave me information that I would
further like to research. Thank You!
|147||Date: 2003-09-14 18:36:31
Victori Torres ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Great reading recomendations!
|146||Date: 2003-09-13 13:19:30
Lancia Lee ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I'm writing a research paper and this is the first bit of information
that I'm using.
|145||Date: 2003-08-23 02:34:07
Tazneen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Your research is very commendable. Looking back I can now understand
why my brother and I have turned out the way we have.
|144||Date: 2003-08-17 11:59:48
ivy r. dela peña ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i would like to commend your research. As i reflect the relationship
with my brother, I can say that my parents where able to deal with us properly.
As we have grown older loving and supporting each other.
|143||Date: 2003-08-10 01:33:02
Terry Cole ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Every child deserves to be raised - with understanding. Thank you for
|142||Date: 2003-08-07 00:48:40
Phyllis Sorensen ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I would like more information about an older boy sibling who would tease
and torment a younger (13 mo.) sister. I as the mother was unable to stop
the abuse and it drove all of us mad.
|141||Date: 2003-08-02 18:08:47
dominique lin ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
i find this article an easy-to-read yet helpful piece in understanding
sibling rivalry. highly recommended! please, keep this updated always!
|140||Date: 2003-07-20 11:04:03
Vincent Sirois ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
My wife and I have 4 children, 15 year old indentical male twins, 11
year old girl and 10 year old boy. Parenting is the hardest thing I've
ever done. Your writings help shed some light on their behavior.
|139||Date: 2003-07-19 07:43:28
Elisha Galon ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I hope the info I gain from your site will aid in preventing my grandchildren
from killing each other. Well, not really - but listening to the screams,
crying and subsequent tearful complaints makes on think so.
|138||Date: 2003-06-23 08:20:46
Lory Sandoval ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Dear Dr. Boyle,
I am experiencing sibling rivalry between my grandchildren. I hope your article will help me and my daughter in handling this very glaring problem.
|137||Date: 2003-06-22 17:18:48
Anne Bollati ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Dear Dr. Boyle,
I am the English as a Second Language Coordinator at Black Hawk College.
In our intermediate reading class, we deal with the topic of sibling rivalry.
I would like to have permission to use your article in the class. I will
include the proper credits. Since I will develop materials to go with this,
I would like to use it for more than one semester.
|136||Date: 2003-06-16 16:01:11
Ray Mettetal,Jr. ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
|135||Date: 2003-06-03 13:38:34
Rosevelyn ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hi Dr. Boyle,
|134||Date: 2003-05-28 15:49:04
Lisa D'Amato ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Congratulations on your very well-researched articles! Under NO circumstances
should parents love one child more than another-this REALLY hurts the 'less-favored'
children. They are ALL your children, and this mere fact should be kept
in mind by parents! I'm 'lucky' enough to be an only child, but I have
always sworn that if I were to start a family and have more than one child,I
would never prefer one child to another.
|133||Date: 2003-05-02 03:56:26
endah ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Me and my brothers was always fight. Now I know why. The Fights are
signs that we are close. I would never be able to fight or to yell with
|132||Date: 2003-05-01 13:24:42
E Irvine ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you so much for your informative and though provoking article;
I found the description of the schema particularly revealing.
|131||Date: 2003-04-21 04:44:38
Kacey Downum ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
I'll think twice before I start to blow up on my younger brother again...and
I'm 33! Thnks for working so hard to share this information.
|130||Date: 2003-04-21 04:39:52
Sarah Swanson ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you, this is very helpful information.
|129||Date: 2003-04-16 19:30:32
marilyn jones ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i really enjoyed reading your article. will you be
|128||Date: 2003-03-29 17:49:59
Stephen Lentz ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
|127||Date: 2003-03-23 15:57:24
Kerri ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
sometimes I hate my brother. He abuses his power over me because I am
younger. He also phisically abuses me behind parental supervision. Please
post an idea for me to do!
|126||Date: 2003-03-21 02:21:05
KrazyKid ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
WOW!!! thanx a lot...ur site helped me a lot. i was able to find so
much information on sibling rivalry that there will be no way i will get
a bad mark...THANX:D
|125||Date: 2003-03-20 20:57:13
Val ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
This article explained a lot about why my middle child is the way that
she is. I now know that it is not because she is a girl, but because she
is only 10 months older than her younger brother. This was a great resource
for my psych paper as well a great pleasure article to read. Anyone that
has or is thinking about having kids should read this.
|124||Date: 2003-03-15 20:40:59
George Aldcroft ( GAldcroft@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Enjoyed and valued your article so much I hope you will give me permission
to copy it then share with the parents who will be attending a program
on sibling rivalry I will be conducting for our school PTA. I would also
like to share with parents enrolled in the parenting programs I am conducting.
I am a retired school counselor and a H. Stephen Glenn Developing Capable
Young People trained leader.
|123||Date: 2003-03-10 17:33:02
kelly ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Good stuff you got there, im doing a report and here was a lot of useful
information on this page!!!
|122||Date: 2003-03-10 06:34:06
Zain Azreen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
a good read. very informative.
|121||Date: 2003-02-28 14:11:32
The_Venom ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
hey, great site! I sure found out 1 or 2 things about sibling rivalry!
keep on the good work,
|120||Date: 2003-02-21 03:46:42
william green ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Very thorough and as we say at church - "convicting"!
|119||Date: 2003-02-12 13:58:59
Tracey Moore ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am at my wits end with sibling rivalry.
|118||Date: 2003-02-08 02:48:06
Alan ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.akshepherd.com) wrote:
I Was searching through Yahoo for personal home pages and came across
yours. I wanted to stop and compliment you on your page. Looks great.
|117||Date: 2003-02-04 15:00:56
Mellina ( Bean1114@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
There is a lot of tension between me and my 10 siblings (not including
me in the 10) I am the 5th of 11. PLEASE HELP!!!!
|116||Date: 2003-02-04 14:50:55
~*Kathryn*~ ( KatieBird1224@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks 4 all the stuff!!! I need this 4 school...it was a big help!!!
t h a n k s !
|115||Date: 2003-02-04 14:47:42
colleen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
thanks for all the info...i have to do a report on this for school...it
was a big help!! ~THANKS~
|114||Date: 2003-02-02 20:42:00
R. Cleveland ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
very helpful article
|113||Date: 2003-01-23 02:06:08
L.Mobley ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for one of the best articles that I have read on sibling rivalry.
Very well written,it obviously required massive amounts of research. I
will try to use some of your advice to obtain a semblence of peace in our
household,in which the 2 older children F(10) and M(8) are constantly fighting,taunting,
etc. I had not fully considered the effect of having the 3rd child on the
first two. The third is not yet a year old but the fighting has escalated
substantially since her arrival.
|112||Date: 2003-01-22 06:52:34
Graham Boone ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Good material. My 35 year old son hates his 33 year old sister. It causes
us all great grief so I am trying to see if I can find a solution.
|111||Date: 2003-01-15 19:07:14
nainy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
it's ok but get something new and interesting
|110||Date: 2003-01-11 20:33:35
Tania ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I found this all very good and helped me unsestand a few issues with
myself and my kids. At the end of the day we are all human and we all make
mistakes at the heat of the moment.
|109||Date: 2003-01-09 00:37:19
andrew ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
thanks for the school project
|108||Date: 2002-12-30 11:21:43
liz ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
excellent reading - very reassuring and points to take on board and
|107||Date: 2002-12-23 23:13:34
Sian Brown ( email@example.com / http://homepage.ntlworld.com/sian.brown3) wrote:
Really interesting stuff. It's an apt subject for me as I am caught
right in the middle of an escallating rivalry between my partner and his
elder brother who continues to abuse by exploiting and using him to run
every little needless errand most of the time just to 'power play'
|106||Date: 2002-12-23 07:53:11
c. czarski ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
excellant page. thank you. I have gained some incite on how to deal
with my husband and his brother who as adults still rival each other.
|105||Date: 2002-12-11 00:08:16
Cara Van De Boom ( email@example.com / http://www.msn.com) wrote:
It was great!
|104||Date: 2002-12-09 21:21:06
taylor ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Great information!! I need some info for a child development calss of
mine thanks again for all the wonderful info.
|103||Date: 2002-12-08 14:04:30
Matovu Victoria ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Got useful insight into the problem.
|102||Date: 2002-12-07 15:10:01
Jaleh FakhriRavari ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I am looking for for some facts.
|101||Date: 2002-11-18 09:57:36
Sarah Taylor ( Horse0687uk@yahoo.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:
I really found this website very helpful as I am doing a huge task in
Child Development that I needed information on sibling rivalry. Thanks
again and if you can find the time I would love to hear from you.
|100||Date: 2002-11-12 17:34:03
Evan E ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
This is a topic that has been on my mind lately - thanks for the resources!
|99||Date: 2002-11-02 02:59:43
cheryl ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I enjoyed your piece of information alot. I would like to be able to
|98||Date: 2002-10-30 19:48:56
Jamie ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thanxs so much for the help... Im doing a project on Sibling Rivalry
and this gave me everything I needed to know!- Thanxs again, Jamie
|97||Date: 2002-10-29 00:46:47
tee ( no email / http://yougogirls.pitas.com) wrote:
this has been quite useful, thanx!
|96||Date: 2002-10-21 21:06:59
Kat ( Kat_ster@hotamil.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for your essay... It has taught me a lot and left me with some
questions to apply to my own situation.
|95||Date: 2002-10-21 18:56:13
Ingrid ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am desperate mother with two daughters 11 and 13 their fighting is
becoming unbearable. I just came across this and printed it. Hope to get
|94||Date: 2002-10-21 13:24:25
Joanie ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Very good page. It helped me for my research project. Email me sometime!!
I live in Hamilton! I am 17
|93||Date: 2002-10-18 02:39:13
hailey Cariveau ( cariveau_14@PASSPORT.COM / no homepage) wrote:
this is a great site it really helpped me with my speech
|92||Date: 2002-10-17 12:50:53
Sarah Wootton ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Is it possible to please keep me updated with further information in
this field? Thankyou
|91||Date: 2002-10-10 04:56:37
dian ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i think this is good article, i need this for my last paper in university.
tahnk you very much and i will always follow your up grading for your asticle.we
can change information ang you can contact me if you need help
|90||Date: 2002-10-06 03:22:01
Juanito Labudahon ( Johnnyhlabudahon@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:
Excellent article to read and to be relied on.
|89||Date: 2002-10-02 18:55:47
Veronica Leonard ( LeonardVMs@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
I've emailed the hyperlink to my adult sibling with whom I've been at
odds for 39 years. Your article has inspired me to prepare and present
a speech to the our local Parent/Teacher organization on this subject.
|88||Date: 2002-09-21 21:18:06
doreen dillard ( ddillard@LOYOLA.EDU / no homepage) wrote:
I am a graduate student in Pastoral Counseling and doing my first year
of clinical internship. I have a client who has a two year old and a nine
year old, both girls. The older child is rebellious, mean,disrespectful,
and even hits the younger one. I was hoping to get some insight ftom your
|87||Date: 2002-09-19 10:54:48
Gabriela Sviantekova ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am a psychology student and wanted to get some more information for
my term work. I found this essay very interesting. It`s full of information
and showed me a lot of new ideas. As far as I am just preparing my work,
I won`t use your article. Dont` worry. But it was very interesting to read
|86||Date: 2002-09-08 23:20:37
Carol S. Black, Ph.D. ( CBlack6266@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Excellent article summarizing major theoretical points!
|85||Date: 2002-09-06 23:49:18
martha moore ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hi! I read a little about your site. I too am in the same situation
with sibling rivarly with my siblings. I am not included into family gatherings
and one sister 2 years younger doesn't want anything to do with me. Over
the years I've tried to find out why she acts this way but it does no good.
It only makes things worse and my mother yells at me not her. Thanks
|84||Date: 2002-09-04 22:52:34
Kim ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Very interesting! I have two boys, 2 1/2 and 4. If one gets a toy, the
other wants the exact same toy or it produces a long bout of sibling rivalry
for the day.
|83||Date: 2002-09-04 19:32:10
Matt ( email@example.com / http://www.deadjournal.com/users/maelstromborgir) wrote:
Hey, Mr. Boyle. I didn't know you knew so much on this type of stuff.
Great stuff to read.
|82||Date: 2002-08-25 16:34:26
anubha rawat ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hi! I read your paper and would like more correspondencewith you. I
am working on my Masters dissertation on "the second sibling" It would
be good to be in touch with you. I am a student of Delhi Univrsity, India.
|81||Date: 2002-08-14 05:36:28
shirley ( REALNURSE001@MSN.COM / no homepage) wrote:
this has answered a lot og ques. for me. i have two stepsons who demonstrate
pathological jealously, didn,t realize it could go into adulthood. i,m
an only child with only one son myself.
|80||Date: 2002-08-09 01:36:34
elizabeth ravese ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
|79||Date: 2002-07-31 06:01:37
drew ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
some valid concerns raised, though without sliding to extremities i
remain somewhat dubious whether any persistent negative developmental impacts
result from sibling rivalry. I'm currently visiting the Royal Children's
Hospital in Melbourne preparing a paper on the extrinsic factors which
influence growth and development in younger siblings, and would be interested
to read your thoughts concerning the benefits or otherwise of being reared
with an older sibling. From experience i've seen that they generally progress
along higher centiles compared to their peers, but if yours is different
let me know. i realise that the intent of our papers are not fully congruent,
but the common theme should provide a workable forum for discussion.
|78||Date: 2002-07-29 01:44:55
Loniece ( email@example.com / http://www.fromthairtothair.com) wrote:
|77||Date: 2002-07-25 01:18:53
Louise ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I need help in stopping the incessant fighting, name calling and arguing
between our two boys, aged 9 and 11. It is constant all day during summer
vactaion and every morning before school and as soon as they arrive in
the door from school. Nothing works. Help! Any suggestions. The older on
(11) is also saying things like "no, you can't make me" when we ask him
to do something" or he conveniently comes up with a stomach ache, headache,
sore leg whatever. Helpppppppppppppp!
|76||Date: 2002-07-23 21:15:21
ndaga mwakyusa ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
|75||Date: 2002-07-22 08:47:06
Jerome (23, White) ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Dude, great article/paper! I really, really learned alot from it. Isn't
is truly amazing how the human brain works. We did not even learn how or
brain works yet, and we are mightly close to cloninghuman beings. We might
be closer the figuring out the Secrets of Cosmos or finding out the true
reason we are here on Urth in the first place or even learn we are not
alone in the Galaxy, than unlock the minds full hidden potential. Taking
quantum leaps to the future, cheers.
|74||Date: 2002-07-11 22:54:07
William Boyle ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Re: Sibling fights
Thank you for your message. How old are your children?
Have you checked the "20 Tips to Stop Sibling Rivalry"?
I would also recommend that you read at least the chapters on "Communicating with children" and "How to say no" (Chapters 4 and 5) from the following book:
Dana Chidekel, 2002.
(You can probably borrow this book at your local library or purchase it locally or through the net).
Of course, the best advice in the world will not do you much good if you don't apply it (or if you and the other caregivers to your children are giving them conflicting signals).
Also - Read my essay again - slowly - (you can print it out and read it at your leisure) - think of what you can apply in your situation.
Go to my "Additional Reading page"
Print it out, and take it with you to your library or bookstore - browse through these books, and see which ones seem to make the most sense to you (we are all different and we process information more or less differently, so some books may seem to "speak" more clearly to you).
And, of course, each situation is different. You could also try family therapy and/or parent support group meetings.
I hope this helps.
With my best wishes,
William Antonio Boyle, Ph.D.
"Any method is better than no method. However, some methods are better
|73||Date: 2002-07-04 22:30:10
Diane taylor ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
My two children constantly fight,and it's very tire
|72||Date: 2002-06-24 15:11:05
Sean Maurice Camp ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hi. I needed some resources for my presentation to my parent group.
I am a social worker at a child care and preschool center, and I have monthly
meetings with our parents in the evening. This will be my last session
with the parents entitles "Sibling Rivalry". I found this essay very interesting
and helpful in giving me some notes to present and dialogue about. Thank
|71||Date: 2002-06-22 04:43:12
William Boyle ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Re: Birth of twin siblings
Hello again Alexe:
Thank you for letting me know about your new twin siblings - They must be just adorable -
And, you are very lucky - you are going to participate in helping these two new human beings create themselves - which is perhaps the most wonderful experience a person can have!
My congratulations to you and all your family!
William Antonio Boyle, Ph.D.
|70||Date: 2002-06-12 17:49:07
Alexandria ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hi, its Alexe again (see entry 63), just wanted to inform you that there
are two new babies in the house! My mom gave birth to (another!!) set of
healthy twins on June 2, 2002. Leo James weighed in at 5 lbs, 8 ozs and
Emylie Jillian weighed in at 4 lbs, 11 ozs. Leo and Emy are doing very
well, and so far the only hint of sibling rivalry has been from my brother
riley who is only 10 and doesnt like not being the baby of the family any
more. Hopefully what i learned from your site will help, especially since
Leo and Emy have 6 older siblings to contend with! lots of love, Alexe
|69||Date: 2002-05-30 01:31:29
Emma ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
I am currently writting an essay of my own for my psychology class.
I found the information in this essay to provide me with many good points
about the origins of sibling rivalry. Many books talk about solutions to
decrease the severity of sibling rivalry but none talk about what sibling
rivalry is or where it came from. Thanks for providing me with the information
that I was looking for.
|68||Date: 2002-05-27 12:05:25
Susan ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
|67||Date: 2002-05-08 05:06:35
Cathy ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you so much for your insightful essay. A large burden has been
taken off of my shoulders by understanding the dynamics of sibling rivary.
|66||Date: 2002-05-06 08:05:21
Rachel Caro ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
great site...nice resource
|65||Date: 2002-05-04 05:14:26
Fern Baumgartner ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for this very informative website.
|64||Date: 2002-04-14 16:00:21
Eduardo Delgadillo ( Zeropendragon@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for caring about this life altering subject.
|63||Date: 2002-04-10 02:49:56
Alexandria ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I am 15 and i have 3 brothers, one sister and one half-sister. i was
very interested in your site because of the closeness between me and my
siblings- my half-sister hayleigh is 20, my brother aidan is 18, my sister
evann is 17, my twin brother spencer is also 15, and my younger brother
riley is 10. i will make a few comments about my personal experience with
sibling rivalry; my brothers and i all get along excellently except for
the youngest. we fight a lot, however almost everyone in the family fights
with him. my twin brother and i are the closest, with my older brother
being a close second. My half sister is just fun to have around, and my
younger brother is a little annoying. but my sister and i (she is twoyears
older) fight like cats- sometimes we get along but very, very rarely. she
doesnt get along so well with my twin brother, either. thats all! please
email me!! -alexe
|62||Date: 2002-04-07 22:45:40
Michelle Adams ( email@example.com / http://www.michellemedlockadams.com) wrote:
I am an author and wanted to add my MOPS children's picture book to
your list of suggested titles on the topic of sibling rivalry. It's called,
"Sister For Sale" and was released by Zonderkidz in March 2002. To order,
go to Barnes & Noble.com or Amazon.com. Thanks! Michelle
|61||Date: 2002-04-02 11:08:51
rachel couzens ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i thought your essay was excellent. i am training to be a childrens
nurse and part of my course i have to write an essay on the nurse`s role
on an aspect of child rearing. i think you explored some great ideas that
i could reccomend to distressed parents!
|60||Date: 2002-04-01 00:45:28
lorissa smith ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
great site thanku (used it for a university presintation in Physical
& Health ed)
|59||Date: 2002-03-26 18:44:45
Tiffany ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I needed to review your notes on sibling rivalry for a developmental
psychology research paper and it was very helpful. Thank you!
|58||Date: 2002-03-25 20:55:58
Jeff Bradley ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Very interesting paper, was nice to have you as a teacher for a few
|57||Date: 2002-03-21 00:41:37
tekky ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am finally glad to find a really good informative site. I will be
reading alot of the recommended books listed. Thank You for all of your
intelligent, interesting, helpful insights.
|56||Date: 2002-03-13 22:48:02
David Mataya ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I myself am only 12 and have many btothers and sister(8) and I'm doing
sibling rivalry for a school project. I like your article alot and did
not kow most of the interesting things mentoined, Thank You.
|55||Date: 2002-03-13 13:30:22
angela richards ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am a Mental Health/Disabilities Coordinator for a Head Start Program.
We have lots of sibling rivalry cases. I am relieved to find some information
on the subject.
|54||Date: 2002-03-07 16:15:32
angie ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
very informational for a paper i was doing!
|53||Date: 2002-03-06 03:28:22
Ami A. Momaiya ( ANGEL29748@aol.com / http://www.geocities.com/angel29748) wrote:
Very well constructed website! Good luck with your new teaching assignment!
|52||Date: 2002-02-28 21:43:52
Brooke ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
help... they are driving me crazy! HA! Thanks a bunch for your site...
it is very helpful.
|51||Date: 2002-02-23 01:42:43
Amanda D. Golden ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://msn.com) wrote:
A good start for my paper! Also some helpful explanations of my sister
|50||Date: 2002-02-22 19:04:29
Cheryl ( email@example.com / http://aol.com) wrote:
This is good! Explains my family to a tea. It also will help me with
my 2 children. I have a son who is almost 12 and a daughter who is 8. Need
I say they fight like cats and dogs?
|49||Date: 2002-02-20 17:38:34
olivia ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
it was goood infomation for my project!
|48||Date: 2002-02-15 20:41:35
Jan Ramskugler ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I have a 4 year old daughter, and she will become a sibling in one month
and she is starting to show some jealousy signs, and I was trying to stop
or change the attidude she is aquiring. Your article help me understand
this is all normal. Thank you
|47||Date: 2002-02-15 14:42:52
Myrian ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for such an excellent essay. I needed to write an essay on
sibling rivalry... and you esssay has been an excellent help. Thank you
|46||Date: 2002-02-15 01:14:26
Jenean Milrad ( Assentials@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:
This synopsis gave me a lot of insight. I just recently had a serious
argument with my younger brother, we have not fought like that in years.
I would be very interested in seeing more info. about this.
|45||Date: 2002-02-11 20:57:31
Rhonda U ( email@example.com / http://www.brighter-futures.ca) wrote:
I would like soome more information on this topic as I have some clients
that are trying to deal with this issue. Thank you just e-mail it to me.
|44||Date: 2002-02-10 22:59:14
William Boyle ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thank you for your message.
Have you tried (I mean *really* tried) the Parent Effectiveness Traning? - See:
Thomas Gordon, 2000.
If you and your partner study and apply these techniques for some three months I'm almost certain you will get some positive permanent results.
However, each child is different. If this doesn't work, you could try family therapy and/or parent support group meetings.
I hope this helps.
With best regards,
William Antonio Boyle, Ph.D.
"Any method is better than no method. However, some methods are better
|43||Date: 2002-02-07 05:55:51
Bridgette Faunce ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
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|42||Date: 2002-02-06 00:14:43
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|41||Date: 2002-02-02 21:04:23
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I am the mother of three children, all boys, and I find this description
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|40||Date: 2002-01-25 19:43:42
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I enjoyed the article and will use some those thots in my personal ministry.
|39||Date: 2002-01-24 03:20:23
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You are right about the abuse of power. Once your website is found by
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your situation. You are not ALONE.
|38||Date: 2002-01-11 23:12:35
mary o dowd ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
interesting information I am hoping to write a paper as part of a famiy
therapy course on some issue related to the sibling bond. Given the prevalence
of large families in Ireland, though this is now changing, this issue is
particularly relevant. I agree the issue of sibling relationships has been
neglected I am having difficulty finding information.
|37||Date: 2001-12-06 16:44:27
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I liked your essay very much. It has helped me to understand why children
act the way they do. I just wish you had written this essay when I was
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|36||Date: 2001-11-30 01:22:59
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|35||Date: 2001-11-28 19:15:07
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i thought that it was a good source of informantion and will use it
|34||Date: 2001-11-21 15:47:23
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|33||Date: 2001-11-19 06:26:06
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|32||Date: 2001-11-01 09:45:45
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|31||Date: 2001-10-13 01:07:11
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Great information. I learned a great deal and hope to use it with my
|30||Date: 2001-10-11 18:48:23
Jan ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanx for your article. I am doing a study of family break-ups after
the death of parents. So often, adult children become enemies over the
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you or any of your readers have for my topic.
|29||Date: 2001-10-03 16:35:42
Elena ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I'm a highschool student doing research on sibling rivalry thank you
for letting me use it I will be sure to give you credit
|28||Date: 2001-10-01 02:13:32
julie ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
an excellent paper...it really helped me in my research of sibling rivalry
for a family studies class. I like how the topic was related to the Judeo-Christian
religion and the human mental structure.
|27||Date: 2001-09-30 20:56:23
Krystina Valenti ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I went here to see what i can do cause all i ever do is fight with my
little brother. Hes a little pest.
|26||Date: 2001-09-27 23:26:19
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|25||Date: 2001-09-26 00:44:27
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i havent read your article yet but i'm planning to use the whole thing
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|24||Date: 2001-09-16 13:56:22
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I am a researcher and a social worker. I have downloaded your paper for my research work. I am sure your initiative for such an important but neglected issue will give guidance to all, who are related with child rearing in one or the another way. Good work done. Thank you for the paper.
With regards and best wishes,
|23||Date: 2001-09-14 08:34:23
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|22||Date: 2001-09-11 02:56:00
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An very useful site. Thanks
|21||Date: 2001-09-10 23:53:14
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|20||Date: 2001-08-25 05:32:08
Scott A. Howard ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hello, I've only read the first part of your page, but it is already
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9 and Rebekah is 3. The older two children are fighting a lot lately and
I'm hoping to get some insight on how to help the situation by reading
the rest of your article. Thank you for making it available. Sincerely,
|19||Date: 2001-08-17 21:32:22
Jennie Noyes ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I have a one year old son and a two year old son. I was stupid to think
that having them so close together would elevate the the kind of rivalry
my husband had with his brother who is four years his senior. The article
is very helpful and I am very thankful for such resources to assist me
in rearing my children. There have been many times in discussions though
that I have stated there should be more done to teach people about mental
well being. In high school we recieved tips like reciting positive lines
to oneself in the mirror but in my opinion this kind of instruction was
greatly lacking in time and organization.
|18||Date: 2001-08-06 17:19:23
ashley ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I thought this website was very informative and well researched! I'm
glad to know that there is atleast one person who thinks that not all sibling
rivalry is fun and games! thank you for your information, it will really
help my term paper! hehe
|17||Date: 2001-07-26 10:52:15
sarah ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
you did well in creating this could have had more info tho.
|16||Date: 2001-07-24 02:05:56
Nancy Eckmeder ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
my kids are driving me crazy,boy 9 and girl 5,, doing a report for school
to kill two birds with one stone, can across your site thanks for the info..Nancy
|15||Date: 2001-07-21 00:13:25
sophie ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
thanx 4 the info. im doin a speech ooon this topic so its all good!
|14||Date: 2001-07-18 05:42:54
Teresa Partlow ( TeresaLoveladyP@cs.com / no homepage) wrote:
I have 6 and 3 year old girls. A friend tonight told me my 6 year old
is a bully. I admit to sibling rivalry and want to read up on it.
|13||Date: 2001-07-16 07:03:13
andruween ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I urgently need advice and support and found this site very resourceful
|12||Date: 2001-07-04 21:39:25
john oneill ( john.oneill.@getreal.co.uk / no homepage) wrote:
interested in romulus and remus their quarrel same as cain and abel
parallel to my brother
|11||Date: 2001-06-29 12:34:05
William Boyle ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Re: Prevention of sibling rivalry
My point is that these rivalries ARE preventable - see the sections in my essay on "What Parents Can Do" and on "What The Community Can Do."
The discovery of how to prevent these rivalries was a major breakthrough in human social evolution - namely, the how-to is to *avoid the abuse of power* in its various manifestations. However, during the last ten thousand years many human groups seem to have had great difficulties accepting this concept - which has brought us all sorts of human enmities and rivalries, up to and including the greatest horror of all: Large-scale war.
With best regards,
William Antonio Boyle, Ph.D.
|10||Date: 2001-06-28 18:34:48
William Boyle ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Re: Books on sibling rivalry
Thank you for your message -
To begin with, read the section in my essay on "What Parents Can Do" (after several days, come back and read it again).
Also, go to the page on Additional Reading:
Print it out, and take it with you to your library or bookstore - browse through these books, and see which ones seem to make the most sense to you (we are all different and we process information differently, so some books may seem to "speak" more clearly to you).
With best regards,
William Antonio Boyle, Ph.D.
|9||Date: 2001-06-27 20:57:59
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|8||Date: 2001-06-26 08:25:59
Perin ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Would love to get hold of this book. I have 3 kids aged 5, 3 and 1,
and want to avoid such a problem before it manifests itself.
|7||Date: 2001-06-04 05:34:02
ANDy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I have found this essay to be useful with my research paper on the same
subject. I had absolutely no clue how sibling rivalry formed. After reading
the essay, a lot of my questions were answered.
|6||Date: 2001-05-22 05:31:58
kelly ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
great info...i am in college and this really helped me with my research
paper....thanks so much
|5||Date: 2001-05-03 15:20:51
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|4||Date: 2001-05-01 11:40:36
Joanne Hixson ( MeanestMamma@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
I was pleased to visit this site as I just started babysitting for 2
children ages 11 and 12. They are constantly picking on each other. I had
mentioned that I needed to do some research in this area and through Raising
Kids With Special Needs (aol chat and newsletters) was given this info.
|3||Date: 2001-04-25 03:54:01
jennifer ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I thought this page was rather interesting. I'am currently in a high
school psychology class and was researching the effects that birth order
has on children. I found your information quite useful towards my research.
|2||Date: 2001-04-24 19:06:03
Joan Brine ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Just looking for advice for my daughter & her oldest child, Katheryn
who is turning into a bully with her two younger siblings aged 11yrs &
9 yrs & appears to have no 'guilt about her actions. So far I have
only read the first page. Looks interesting.
|1||Date: 2001-04-23 21:42:54
William Boyle ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
In some two years, more than 35,000 visits to this small essay on Sibling Rivalry!
If you have any comments that you would like to share with other visitors to this site, you can write them in this Guestbook.
Thank you for your visit!
William Antonio Boyle, Ph.D.