Drawing on their own experience, the authors have developed simple yet astonishingly effective ways to reduce conflict and generate goodwill between siblings. Each skill is illustrated by the thoughts and stories of real parents. Unprecedented insights into sibling relationships show how we can incorporate these ideas into our everyday lives.
W. W. Norton & Company (2012), Edition: 1, 288 pages
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