Reducing Sibling Fighting Relief Plan

Your kids seem to get along sometimes. But during other times, they

argue about small (and big) issues

compete over who got more, who needs more, who is better

say disrespectful things to and about each other

…do whatever they can to get on each other’s nerves

 And your attempt to help them work through issues only make things worse. 

It doesn’t have to be this way!

In 20 minutes, I will help you:

– Understand the real reasons for the negativity between your children 

– Foster a relationship in which they WANT to be nice to each other, even when you’re not around

– Create an action plan so that you no longer have to play judge and jury when they’re arguing

Reduce the stress related to their arguments and negativity


♦  20-minute video lesson

You’ll learn why kids argue, compete, and disrespect each other so much and what you can do to foster a better relationship so that you don’t have to figure out whose side to take

♦  Interactive guide

This resource will help you apply the tips you learn to YOUR situation 

♦  Examples

You’re not just learning a theory in these lessons…you’re learning what you can actually DO to see positive change

♦  Template for your plan

You can use this template to fill out your plan

♦  “Say This, Not That” suggestions

The words you should use to ensure your success!

“I definitely found the content insightful and simple enough to apply.”

Ryan H.

“Sometimes I forget that what my kids are doing is totally developmentally appropriate and they need my proactive supports as well as my calm in the Yuck moments. I found it really helpful for Rachel to describe examples of typical behaviors as well as what “needs” the children are missing in those moments. I could ABSOLUTELY see my children in those examples.”

Kristen H.


For what ages of children are these lessons appropriate?

These lessons were created for parents of children ages 2-12 years old, but many of the tips apply to parents of adolescents as well.

How long does the training take to complete?
The video is about 20 minutes long. You will also need a few minutes to answer questions about how the information applies to your situation. 
How can a 20 minute exercise help me improve the relationship between my children?
The lesson helps explain WHY your children fight and how to meet each child’s individual needs so that they are not “resolving” their issues by fighting with each other.
Is this a temporary fix or can I create a long-lasting close relationship between my children?
Once you teach your children to recognize and address their needs, you will be able to foster peace in the family that lasts.
How can I receive additional support after I complete the training?

The Rachel Bailey Parenting Academy Club is a monthly subscription service ($35/month) that offers Live Q&A sessions with me for parents who complete these Relief Plans. Membership also includes community support, access to parenting resources, a Private Facebook Group where I keep open office hours to answer questions, email updates and other benefits. Click here to learn more about Rachel Bailey’s Parenting Academy Club.

Are there Relief Plans on other topics?

Helping Kids Transition Off of Screens Relief Plan helps you motivate your children to get off of their device without your nagging… and helps reduce the stress surrounding screen time

Managing Parent Stress and Anxiety Relief Plan helps you change what you are doing that is keeping you stuck in a cycle of negativity…and helps you feel more in control by giving you clear steps for handling situations that feel overwhelming

Not Getting Sucked into Kids’ Big Emotions Relief Plan helps you identify strategies to remain in control of your emotions no matter what is happening around you so that you can reduce the negative interactions with your kids (and others!)

Handling Your Kids’ Schoolwork With Fewer Power Struggles Relief Plan helps you foster internal motivation in your children and reduce the stress surrounding schoolwork

“”Thank you for this — I really appreciated it! Sibling issues are a huge issue in our house.”

Michael C.