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The #1 New York Times best-selling guide to reducing hostility and generating goodwill between siblings.

Already best-selling authors with How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk, Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish turned their minds to the battle of the siblings. Parents themselves, they were determined to figure out how to help their children get along. The result was Siblings Without Rivalry. This wise, groundbreaking book gives parents the practical tools they need to cope with conflict, encourage cooperation, reduce competition, and make it possible for children to experience the joys of their special relationship. With humor and understanding―much gained from raising their own children―Faber and Mazlish explain how and when to intervene in fights, provide suggestions on how to help children channel their hostility into creative outlets, and demonstrate how to treat children unequally and still be fair. Updated to incorporate fresh thoughts after years of conducting workshops for parents and professionals, this edition also includes a new afterword.

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Adele Faber, whose books on communication between adults and children have been translated into more than thirty languages, is the award-winning author of the best-selling How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk.

Elaine Mazlish, whose books on communication between adults and children have been translated into more than thirty languages, is the award-winning author of the best-selling How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk.

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David S
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Doesn''t quite hit the mark
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019
I have shopped in the grocery store of parenting books since our first was born 7 years ago. We now have 3, and I was really looking forward to reading this book. The format of the book does not appeal to me. The book is based on a series of group sessions the authors had... See more
I have shopped in the grocery store of parenting books since our first was born 7 years ago. We now have 3, and I was really looking forward to reading this book. The format of the book does not appeal to me. The book is based on a series of group sessions the authors had with some parents over a period of time. It''s verbose, and not terribly compelling. I think it could be summarized in about 10 pages, but then their wouldn''t be a book. While I find some of the "techniques" and "observations" to have merit, I don''t feel they are grounded in anything but the authors experience. This is not a Carol Dweck, or an Angela Duckworth. Faber does not have a PhD in Psychology, and Mazlish did not either, at the time of her passing in 2017. I would also say much of the book is too simplistic, not realistic, and I think part of the reason is that the authors simply do not have the grounding that trained psychologists do. They spend about 2% of the book on what to do when children are physical with one another. I felt their coverage of the subject to be completely lacking. I''ll keep up the search for a better book on siblings.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2020
There is a other review here that is spot on about the format and verbose, non-compelling recitation of a series of experiences learned at therapy sessions the author hosted. Story after story after story of different summaries of sibling rivalries with no real guidance. I... See more
There is a other review here that is spot on about the format and verbose, non-compelling recitation of a series of experiences learned at therapy sessions the author hosted. Story after story after story of different summaries of sibling rivalries with no real guidance. I eventually skipped through some of it then gave up. I have hundreds of examples of sibling rivalry in our home and don’t enjoy reading (listening/audiobook) about hundreds more and what Karen and Richard “tried” that worked in their home. If you’re looking for clear guidance and self-help like some books can do, this is not the book for you.
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holly
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Stop what you’re doing and read
Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2018
Amazing insights. I was terrified when I found out our upcoming child would create the same older bro younger sis dynamic I had with my brother that has been pretty traumatic. I blamed birth order but I’m reading this book I see so many ways to improve sibling relations,... See more
Amazing insights. I was terrified when I found out our upcoming child would create the same older bro younger sis dynamic I had with my brother that has been pretty traumatic. I blamed birth order but I’m reading this book I see so many ways to improve sibling relations, things I would never have thought of. It made me look at my sibling relationship very differently and realize that it’s not birth order or how many kids or rich or poor - it’s just how you raise them. Amazing book. Devoured it in 24 hrs
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George Tasedan
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BEST Sibling book on the market.
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2019
So happy with this book. I''ve read a couple from this series and I have four children and couldn''t be happier with the way it challenges/teaches/supports me. My husband is reading it currently and its felt like we signed up for a parenting workshop... I love the way its... See more
So happy with this book. I''ve read a couple from this series and I have four children and couldn''t be happier with the way it challenges/teaches/supports me. My husband is reading it currently and its felt like we signed up for a parenting workshop... I love the way its written, with feedback from other parents so even the skeptics and discouraged can be heard and get some good advice. VERY pleased with this book.
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wedgita
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IMO, the best parenting book out there!
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2019
Beat money I have ever spent. My 3.5 y.o and 1.5 y.o daughters went from not being able to be in the same room without supervision to loving each other and playing together in a healthy way. There is still conflict between them but we deal with it in a way that doesn''t... See more
Beat money I have ever spent. My 3.5 y.o and 1.5 y.o daughters went from not being able to be in the same room without supervision to loving each other and playing together in a healthy way. There is still conflict between them but we deal with it in a way that doesn''t create resentment. This all happened within a few days after I implemented the practices described in this book. I am reading the book again ti make sure it all stinks in!
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Angie H
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This book was recommended to me for my son with Asperger''s
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2018
This book was recommended to me for my son with Asperger''s. The methods that it described did not mesh well with him. However, it provided incredible insight for my younger daughter, which led me to the author''s other books, as well as her daughter''s books. Works well for... See more
This book was recommended to me for my son with Asperger''s. The methods that it described did not mesh well with him. However, it provided incredible insight for my younger daughter, which led me to the author''s other books, as well as her daughter''s books. Works well for gifted children, ADHD, and siblings with strong, but different, personalities.
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Herpst Family
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100% worth the read
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2018
Arrived on time. Great book. Easy read. Practical advice. I immediatly implemented a couple of the suggestions and tantrums (from our spectum child) eased tremendously. All kids want to be heard and understood; not shut down when they show an emotion. While you... See more
Arrived on time. Great book. Easy read. Practical advice. I immediatly implemented a couple of the suggestions and tantrums (from our spectum child) eased tremendously.
All kids want to be heard and understood; not shut down when they show an emotion.
While you can''t act with out consequences this book teaches acknowledgement.
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jannet9
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A must read!!!! Parents & older siblings
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2018
Was familiar with the authors from a previous book, this one is an absolute gold mine of information! Very well written, easy to read, sums up everything you need to know and how to apply everything and MOSTLY, IT WORKS!!!! No matter the age of the siblings - up to late... See more
Was familiar with the authors from a previous book, this one is an absolute gold mine of information! Very well written, easy to read, sums up everything you need to know and how to apply everything and MOSTLY, IT WORKS!!!! No matter the age of the siblings - up to late adulthood - this is truly amazing information to make siblings relationship work. I loved all the many examples. I think it really cheers everything about that subject.
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Sul
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More than just coaching
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2020
Sibling rivalry is definitely the most challenging part of parenting that I find a real struggle with and in my search for a book i was looking for something that would coach me through the difficulties.I came across siblings without rivalry and I would rate it highly as it...See more
Sibling rivalry is definitely the most challenging part of parenting that I find a real struggle with and in my search for a book i was looking for something that would coach me through the difficulties.I came across siblings without rivalry and I would rate it highly as it did more than just coaching. It made me feel that I wasn’t the only parent that was having the same struggles and I was immediately hooked to the book. The author discusses issues that were discussed in her parenting workshops and the advice given to parents to try at home. Then the author mentions how the advice changed and helped the parents struggles. This book can be used as a reference to any difficulty that can arise with siblings. A book I intend to keep referring to not just to be left on the shelf.
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Paul
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Essential reading
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 28, 2019
I read this after reading how to talk so little kids will listen. Essentially it''s an extension of the sibling rivalry section in the first book and it really does cover everything you need to know about managing sibling rivalry. There are some wonderful ideas in here that...See more
I read this after reading how to talk so little kids will listen. Essentially it''s an extension of the sibling rivalry section in the first book and it really does cover everything you need to know about managing sibling rivalry. There are some wonderful ideas in here that really will make the world of difference on how a family relate to each other and live together in peace and harmony. I''ve been using a great deal of strategies from both books and even though bickering still happens regularly, it''s dealt with quickly, and the children are starting to deal with problems themselves peacefully! Definitely a worth while read.
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F. Turner
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Great reference for parents who don''t want their kids to hate each other!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 6, 2014
I bought this book when my second child was born. Having grown up in a house where my brother and I hated each other (and we still are not terribly fond of each other!), I wanted to make sure my children viewed each other as allies and not enemies. This book helped me...See more
I bought this book when my second child was born. Having grown up in a house where my brother and I hated each other (and we still are not terribly fond of each other!), I wanted to make sure my children viewed each other as allies and not enemies. This book helped me understand why my brother and I had so much anomosity towards each other when were growing up - he was praised as the talented-one when it came to sports and music whilst I was always seen as the good student. We couldn''t shake those labels and like my most parents, I am sure mine had no idea what they were doing by pigeon-holing us into those roles. I have been much more careful with my own children as a result of reading this book. There are clear strengths with both of my children - one is very keen on music whilst the other not so much but that doesn''t mean the second one can''t enjoy music too. And it also taught me not to force or pressure them into doing things just because they have a talent in that area. It''s important that they both try anything and everything that interests them and never feel inferior for doing so.
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LindaG
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Buy this as a gift for anyone with more then one child
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 8, 2016
Really great book, every parent of more then one child should be given this as a gift on the birth of their second child -seriously, it really made me think and although I''m not guilty of many of the things it''s nice to know I''m doing ok but can learn and refine my...See more
Really great book, every parent of more then one child should be given this as a gift on the birth of their second child -seriously, it really made me think and although I''m not guilty of many of the things it''s nice to know I''m doing ok but can learn and refine my parenting skills.
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Lisette
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Treat your children with the respect and dignity they deserve/need and appreciate them as an individual and both you and your ki
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 25, 2015
This book is based on exactly the same principles as it''s ''sister'' books. Treat your children with the respect and dignity they deserve/need and appreciate them as an individual and both you and your kids will be far happier for it. It can be a helpful read in conjunction...See more
This book is based on exactly the same principles as it''s ''sister'' books. Treat your children with the respect and dignity they deserve/need and appreciate them as an individual and both you and your kids will be far happier for it. It can be a helpful read in conjunction with the other books but if you''re well settled with the principles of the other books, you don''t necessarily need it. So I''d order just one of the other two books first (how to talk to kids so kids will listen - or whatever that long title precisely says!) and then assess whether you need this one as well.
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