Siblings Rule 3: Sometimes, supporting your sibling means standing back and letting them express what they want

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3 Responses to Siblings Rule 3: Sometimes, supporting your sibling means standing back and letting them express what they want

  1. Super message!
    I am still learning this! Irene’s companion has told me to bug off and stop answering for her and trying to control her every move and minute! It’s so hard!
    I need duct tape for my mouth.
    Thanks for a great contribution.

  2. Susan Olson says:

    AND sometimes, supporting your sibling means standing right beside them and helping them express what they really what and need…

  3. I still violate this rule sometimes!! Our mom passed away 14 years ago, and my brother lives with my dad. I have also taken on a semi-parental role, and consciously work at being my sister when I’m with my brother and a “parental” person behind the scenes when my dad needs help with things. That’s why I love this organization, because only fellow sibs truly understand how hard this can be sometimes!!