I know it's a comon problem. But any advise welcome.
DGS#1 physically abuses DGS#2 and will hide toys so #1 can't play with them and will take over #2s toys even though they are aimed at much younger children. I think part of it is frustration because #2 has special needs and can't play with #1 in the way he would like him to. Also of course #2 needs a lot of attention. We all try to give #1 one to one on a regular basis. DD has started him with riding lessons which he loves. 'because he's a big boy and special too' dose the fact they are same gender have any barering do you think ? I don't remember any such problems with DD and her brother.
.DGS#1 is currently confined to his room for punching DGS#2 !!
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