Kids who have siblings with chronic illnesses or disabilities often find themselves caught outside the bubble of the family’s world, their lives constantly interrupted by medical emergencies that trump regular-kid cares like birthday parties and soccer games. But as WPLN’s Kim Green found out, learning at an early age to put another person’s needs first often leaves these siblings better adjusted in the long run.
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