Your poor 3 year old is the typical cheese in the sandwich, squeezed from both sides, although I presume his older brother is OK. Your 3 year old is taking a great deal of strain and the fact that he is having nightmares about his baby brother is of concern.So you have to tackle the source of the problem, the little fellow who is ruling the roost it would appear.He is now old enough for the time out method which must be applied each and every time he oversteps the mark.Speak once in a clear firm voice. Tell him to stop whatever he is doing that you don't want him to do. The minute he does not listen he must be taken to his room and the door closed.He will turn on the tears and tantrums but off to his room he goes. He must remain there until he is quiet even if it a long time. Again I emphasise that he must be taken to his room every single time he does not listen and especially when his 3 year old brother is the target for his behaviour.
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