Freedomain Call In 08 Nov 2020 My wife and I are dedicated to raising our children according to the principles of peaceful parenting, which was not very difficult when our little lad was the only child, but now as our baby girl has joined the family, he has now become increasingly jealous and abusive towards her. At 19 months old he is only semi-verbal (i.e. identifying objects and simple properties [such as hot, cold and 'ouchie'], but not emotions). Our 6 month old 'sissy' is often hit on the head, had her toys and bottle taken from her, even when we have provided an equivalent or better for him. We have taught him to give her a kiss on the forehead when she cries to help encourage empathy, but lately he has even bitten her on the forehead, nose and face while doing so. We are at our wit's end trying to figure out what he needs so that he does not feel this jealousy. We have followed the advice of various sources such as "Peaceful parent, happy kid" and tried working with the advice of others in the community, but there seems to be something fundamental that we have not identified at the root of it. We would like to get your assistance to see what principles we should follow. ▶️ Donate Now: ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: Your support is essential to Freedomain, which is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by making a one time donation or signing up for a monthly recurring donation at: ▶️ 1. Donate: ▶️ 2. Newsletter Sign-Up: ▶️ 3. Subscribe to the Freedomain Podcast: ▶️ 4. Follow Freedomain on Alternative Platforms: Video: 🔴 DLive Livestream: 🔴 Bitchute: 🔴 Rumble: 🔴 LBRY: 🔴 Streamanity: 🔴 Locals: 🔴 Brighteon: 🔴 DailyMotion: 🔴 Parler: 🔴 Minds: 🔴 Steemit: 🔴 Gab: 🔴 Instagram: 🔴 PocketNet: 🔴 MeWe: 🔴 Twetch: 🔴 Thinkspot: 🔴 Flote: 🔴 Pinterest: