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As parents, watching your children grow up together, bond, co-depend on each other and be a solid team together is a bliss like no other. However, as they grow older and start their schooling and other activities, it's likely that they will develop sibling rivalry. The reasons for this animosity could be several—from competing for parents' attention to excelling academically or professionally. While being competitive is healthy, what's the extent to which it remains so? What should a parent do in a situation like this? Two leading psychologists help us with answers and tips to avoid the situation going out of hand. Inputs by Sherene Aftab, founder of Serene Hour Counselling & Career Advice Consultancy, and Mehezabin Dordi, clinical psychologist, Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital, Mumbai
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