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How to help siblings get along better

“It’s been part of our culture, at least in the US, to think that siblings fight. That there’s going to be lots of times they don’t get along. That’s what they do,” said Laurie Kramer, a professor of applied psychology at Northeastern University in Boston.
“When social lives are so restricted, families really see the value of encouraging their kids to be friends, in some respects, to be companions and playmates.”