It s great that there is a word for it now and statements about what one s sister used to do is not necessarily to be dismissed by children are like that every sibling does that Abusive behavior is not only hurtful in the moment it can leave it s rint on a child s mind and soul causing longterm harm and it needs to be discussed and acknowledged and This book was written after Wiehe conducted a study examining hysical emotional and sexual abuse erpetrated by one sibling against another It s a hard read because of the subject matter but very informative i highly recommend this book to anyone working highly recommend
this book tobook to working survivors of trauma or students that are looking to work with eople who have experienced trauma are in rison or have substance abuse disorders This book addresses a virtually undiscussed topic that needs to be addressed It outlines the
between kids being kids and kids being. excused by arents as `kids will be kids' behaviour sibling abuse remains largely unrecognized Symptoms of such abuse and its devastating effects on victims go und. ,DIFFERENCES BETWEEN KIDS BEING KIDS AND KIDS BEING.
Abusive I thought it could have capitalized on the difference between near age sibling abuse older child acting out their own trauma on hisher the difference between near age sibling abuse older child acting out their own trauma on hisher and abuse between siblings who are far apart in age with the older being at least a teen typical erpvictim roles I was lucky to have a course with the author in graduate school several years ago and looked forward to reading his
book As Dr Wiehe was a kind and thoughtful instructor I am notAs Dr Wiehe was a kind and thoughtful instructor I am not to find that his book is a thoughtful and atient introduction to the topic of sibling abuse its forms and effects on victims and familiesEspecially helpful in working with victims and families is Chapter 8 Distinguishing Abusive Behavior from Normal Behaviorin which the author lays out guidelines for distinguishing between normal sibling conflict and sibling abuse and between sexual interactions that fall within the range of normal and those Etected victims do not receive appropriate therapeutic intervention and transgressors do not come to the attention of the courtsThe author of this book brings this negle.