We have a son that was adopted from Russia 5 years ago. He and his brother, a year and a half older, have never gotten along well. They are now 12 and 13 years old and things are getting worse. When they do fight, they're so big, that it's hard to stop and hard to control. Can anyone suggest any "positive" ways of stopping the fighting when it's happening, as well as discussing it when everyone calms down? Thanks-
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