10 tips on how to play referee when your kids fight
Experts also advocate that as a parent, it is helpful that you identify situations that can be possibly upsetting or that can provoke any arguments. Once you’ve identified any possible triggers, patiently teach your kids how to avoid these triggers or negative situation.
You can do this by simply asking what his sibling does when upset. A child might say, “He starts sniffling and pointing at me and his voice gets louder." You can then answer that these are warning signs and advise them to walk away once this happens.