November Collection

Reduce Sibling Fighting

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


Access the “Reduce Sibling Fighting” Parenting Relief Plan 


Community Conversations

October Guest Expert – Productivity Coach Megan Sumrell

“I would say particularly for the women who are listening…we typically fall into that

space of, “Okay well I’ll take the hit. I’ll do all of the sacrifice. I think the latest

statistic are showing it’s like 30% of working women are having to leave the

workforce right now.” Watch the interview replay.

Club Facebook page discussion going on now...

“My 7 year old daughter and I seem to have a battle of the wills. She requests we drive to school because it’s too cold and I will tell her we’re walking to school, as we always do and she can wear warmer clothes. She will whine, complain and beg, basically fighting me about walking. I hold my boundary but after awhile the anger inside builds up. I often can hold it together but at times I have lashed out at her in anger. I don’t want to do this, but I feel like she pushes and pushes to get her way and does not respect the rules or boundaries. How do I grow in navigating these situations? They are a common occurrence. Thank you so much!”

– Club Member Post

“I used to think of it in terms of getting my child to behave. Now I think of it as, ‘what does my child need right now to be successful?’ This change of mindset makes parenting a lot less stressful.”

- Parenting Academy Club Member

Common Parenting Challenges

Resources in each of these areas are curated and updated for you each month. Click to explore.

Motivating Responsible Behavior

Help your children do what they’re supposed to do…even when they don’t feel like it!

Handling Big Emotions

Respond effectively to children and adolecent’s (often illogical) emotions and reactions

Supporting Anxious Kids

Support your child who worries, avoids, and doesn’t seem comforted by logic or reassurance

Managing Parent Stress

Take action to feel more in control… no matter what is happening around you

Looking for help with a specific topic? 

Post a question in the Club’s private Facebook group or email your Club Librarian, Chris Croll, at [email protected]