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One empowered woman's struggle against the world
Wednesday February 20th 2019

Siblings

I wanted to create a website that was informative with real world advice. So before I post anything I do a search to see what is already out there. I mean who wants to read the same article 100 times on 100 different sites. You are looking for a solution or advice to help you and reading the same advice might seem to give it credibility but what if that particular advice doesn’t help you.

When doing the research for articles on siblings I found essentially the same things over and over again. The most distressing part was that they all relied on you starting out from day one when you bring the first sibling home from the hospital. Well I spent a lot of years just winging it and that wasn’t working so I needed advice on what to do NOW, not what I should have done and can’t go back in time and fix.

Children are all unique. No two children are going to react the same way or need the same things. This is amplified when there are siblings involved. Today there is not only the traditional brother and sister relationship but now there are blended families and you have step siblings, adopted siblings and half siblings.

So what do you do, if you like me, didn’t start out “right” from day one? Well you check out some of the articles here. We have advice on all types of siblings and how to foster those relationships. My children are still growing and I am still facing new and different challenges with them all the time. Trying to instill in them “brotherly love” isn’t always easy but it will pay off when they are older.

I sincerely hope I accomplished what I set out to and you will find real, useable and informative advice on the challenges and joys of raising siblings.

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