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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Janet Bode
  • ISBN:
    0531152219
  • ISBN13:
    978-0531152218
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  • Publisher:
    F. Watts (1991)
  • Pages:
    125 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Psychology & Counseling
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-119) and index.

Includes bibliographical references (p. Explores the sometimes poor relationships of children and teens with their brothers and sisters, focusing especially on ways to end conflict and improve relations by changing attitudes and behavior.

Items related to Truce: Ending the Sibling War (Issues-Family). This a good companion to Shari Cohen's Coping with Sibling Rivalry (Rosen, 1989); both books cover similar material, but Cohen's demands a greater time commitment from readers

Items related to Truce: Ending the Sibling War (Issues-Family). Bode, Janet Truce: Ending the Sibling War (Issues-Family). ISBN 13: 9780531109960. Truce: Ending the Sibling War (Issues-Family). This a good companion to Shari Cohen's Coping with Sibling Rivalry (Rosen, 1989); both books cover similar material, but Cohen's demands a greater time commitment from readers. Bode's is a quick, nonthreatening approach for times of crisis. A concise, well-written, and user-friendly title offering a balanced perspective and hope.

This book explores the sometimes poor relationships of children and teens with their brothers and sisters, focusing especially on ways to end conflict . AR Quiz Availability: Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice.

This book explores the sometimes poor relationships of children and teens with their brothers and sisters, focusing especially on ways to end conflict, and improve relations by changing attitudes and behavior.

Explores the sometimes poor relationships of children and teens with their brothers. Truce: Ending the sibling war. ISBN. 0531109968 (ISBN13: 9780531109960).

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Truce: Ending the Sibling War. New York: Franklin Watts, 1991. Parent and Sibling Relationships in To Kill A Mockingbird Inside the wondrous book, To Kill a Mockingbird, you can find many different examples of the theme I chose for this particular essay

Truce: Ending the Sibling War. Parent and Sibling Relationships in To Kill A Mockingbird Inside the wondrous book, To Kill a Mockingbird, you can find many different examples of the theme I chose for this particular essay. The theme I seemed most fascinated with was parent and sibling relationships. The reason why I chose this theme was for the reason that I knew this book was all about the lessons that we learn in life, and how we gain knowledge from our parents and other family members also.

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This is the war, Lake told her. The whole point is to turn this shop around. You flit from thing to thing, following the rainbow and hoping for a happy ending. You know nothing about how life works. Be the last shop standing. We don’t do that by eliminating the competition. We do it by selling more underwear. That’s boring, Betty huffed. And you obviously have the business sense of a cucumber. Don’t you think that if you had a more realistic view of life things wouldn’t keep going pear shaped? You had an opportunity here. A chance to make something for yourself.

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Explores the sometimes poor relationships of children and teens with their brothers and sisters, focusing especially on ways to end conflict and improve relations by changing attitudes and behavior.