Siblings Of Sick Kids Learn A Life Lesson Early

From our friends at Vanderbilt, courtesy of NPR;

Children who have siblings with chronic illnesses or disabilities often find their lives are constantly interrupted by medical emergencies that trump regular kid cares like birthday parties and soccer games. These children learn at an early age to put another person’s needs first and are often better adjusted in the long run.

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