Previously Recorded on 7/29/22. Replay available.


“This isn’t fair!”

“Ugh, why does she always get what she asks for, but I never do?”

“Go away, I hate you!”


Raising kids is tough. Raising siblings is its own breed of hard. As a mother to two young kids, believe me, I know: it can be so exhausting for you to find any calm amidst the chaos of young siblings day in and day out.


You’re probably wondering:

  • How do I get the fighting to stop?
  • How do I end the bickering?
  • How do I just help my kids get along?


Here’s what you need to know:

So much of what you’re experiencing is normal. Kids don’t have the social and emotional maturity to regulate all the thoughts, feelings, fears, and needs they’re experiencing.

And…it doesn’t have to be this hard. Just because this is developmentally appropriate behavior doesn’t mean you just have to sit back and endure the pain. 

Research shows that when parents implement developmentally informed key skills that foster collaboration and connection between siblings, the entire family life improves.

That’s what this workshop is all about. You’ll learn when & how to take charge of sibling dynamic issues, and when to step back and let the kids work it out. And you’ll learn how to do all of this without losing your mind in the process.

A more conscious family means a more connected family. So if you’re ready to break the cycle of siblings hating each other until they're adults, consider this offering as an investment toward your future peace of mind.


You’ll Learn How To:

Foster Cooperation, Not Competition: Implement key strategies to teach your children how to work together, even in times of stress & chaos.

End the Battles & Bickering: Discover exactly how to respond to name-calling, jealousy, physical fighting, “this isn’t fair!”, and more.

Keep Your Cool in the Process: Learn how to remain conscious & grounded, even when your kids’ shenanigans trigger you.

Plus Special Considerations: Identify concrete tools for adding a new sibling, large age gaps, 2 under 2, differing neurotypes, and preventing sibling abuse.

This 2.5 hour workshop (previously recorded LIVE) includes 2 hours of in-depth instruction as well as 30 minutes of Q&A and live role-play with audience members. You will have access to the recording of this workshop for 365 days and can stop and start at your own pace. Upon purchase, a handout will be provided that outlines primary discussion topics, reflective questions, and space for note taking.

Disclaimer: Purchasing a workshop does not initiate any type of therapeutic relationship with Bryana Kappadakunnel. This one-time coaching workshop is not therapy and does not replace therapy.

Workshop Curriculum