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What’s With Siblings?! Why Do They/Don’t They Get Along?

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Doesn't my son look like he is going to something REALLY bad? (and it probably involves stealing his sister's wings)!

Alice Kaltman, one of our Experts in parent coaching, is doing her classic talk on siblings and how they interact this Saturday. I can’t tell you how many times I have referred to her words on siblings in some of my most difficult parenting moments…like, um today.

Whether you have school-aged or younger kids, or are expecting a new addition and want some tips on how to make things go smoothly (or, as smoothly as possible!), you should attend. There are still spots available for SIBLING SURVIVAL, her talk this Saturday morning in Boerum Hill.

Here is the jist about her talk:
Sibling Survival:
Parenting two or more children can be a challenging and exhausting job. Siblinghood affords children intimate opportunities to learn the valuable life lessons of compassion, co-operation and compromise. When siblings co-exist harmoniously, life is a joy. But when they fight, parents are stressed to the max. This talk focuses on how to defuse sibling tensions by looking at the underlying issues and assumptions that get in the way of effective parenting.

Details:
Alice’s Brooklyn Office, Boerum Hill
When: Saturday, March 10th from 10 am till 11:30 am
Cost: $20 per person
Space is limited and reservations are a must.
Email info(at)familymattersny(dot)com to reserve your place, or call Alice at 917.509.9531

Alice Kaltman

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Alice Kaltman, L.C.S.W. has been working with parents and kids since 1988. In 2006, she co-founded Family Matters NY.  FMNY is a parenting coaching service for Brooklyn and Manhattan families, providing support through home and office visits. Alice lives in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn with her teen-age daughter and husband, the sculptor Daniel Wiener. She also writes fiction for kids, and dances professionally in her spare (?) time.  Write to Alice at info@familymattersny.com.

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