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Sibling Must Work it Out!

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I have two children: An 8-year-old girl and a 3-year-old boy. For the most part, they play really well on their own. Whenever my daughter doesn’t have school, however, we have conflict. My son loves playing with his sister, and it's been good for him: It's taught him to play the way she does (imaginary, using figurines to talk to each other, etc). However, when she decides she is done playing with him, he will whine and fuss in frustration. She does get alone time during the day. Do I structure out more time for them to play separately?

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