We’re excited to offer a series of informative short videos from Kids in the House – a terrific parenting resource created by mom of three, Leana Greene. Kids in the House is an educational website about parenting whose objective is to help parents become better at parenting by educating, inspiring and entertaining. Their videos feature interviews with top experts in parenting, including physicians, psychologists, researchers, educators and best-selling authors, as well as leaders of national organizations. In addition, their videos feature parents who have dealt with particular issues who can share their experience and wisdom. Leana’s dream was to give parents everywhere access to quality advice in a quick and easy way and to create a resource where parents could share their wisdom to raise the consciousness of parenting. We think she and everyone at Kids in the House has made that dream a reality.
Today’s video is on sibling rivalry and comes from clinical psychologist and faculty member at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Robert Brooks. He has lectured nationally and internationally to audiences of parents, educators, mental health professionals and more on topics pertaining to motivation, resilience, family relationships and balancing personal and professional lives. He’s also received numerous awards and written many books in his field. Take a look to see what Dr. Brooks has to say on how to handle sibling rivalry, a topic that many of us parents struggle with.