Category Archives: Sib Stories

Stories and narratives from siblings.

Celebrating National Siblings Day: A Reflection on Being a Sib

I am so very thankful to be a sib! Although sibship comes with challenges, heartaches, as well as fabulousness, I feel like I am who I am due to this one integral facet of my life. Who would I be … Continue reading

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Sibling Love and Support, Even at a Distance: Kristina and Kevin’s Story

by Kristina Majewski When I ask my brother Kevin what is important to him, his answer fluctuates from “my iPad” to the “the people in my life.” Over the years, as I have moved away from home, Kevin has expressed … Continue reading

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A Strong Sibling Bond: Amy and Emily’s Story

by Amy Halm I love Thanksgiving because it provides the opportunity for me to look around the table and be grateful for each and every family member.  This is a special Thanksgiving for me because for the first time in … Continue reading

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Sibling Opens Shop to Help People with Disabilities Gain Financial Independence

We love this sibling story featured in USA Today! Ryan, whose sister, Nicole, has Down syndrome, opened a consignment shop to help people with developmental disabilities gain financial independence. Check out the video: Shop owner helps people with disabilities gain independence.

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Gems of Wisdom from a Young Sibling

Kaya Cosgrove is an eloquent 10-year-old young lady and the sister of two brothers who have autism. She serves as a member of the children’s advisory council at Holland Bloorview Kid’s Rehabilitation Hospital, and shared her experiences in an interview … Continue reading

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