Sibling Relationships

What do you wish I knew about you now? Intense yet frequently discussed, sibling relationships can be ignored for long stretches of time, but eventually we need to deal with each other again. Our impressions of one another can get frozen in time. What we know about our siblings – or what they know about us – could now be woefully outdated or just plain wrong. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to give your siblings the opening to say, “Here’s what’ I’d like you to understand about me?” Don’t interrupt. It’s very loving to just sit back and absorb the answer.

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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4 Responses to Sibling Relationships

  1. This is so true. Having two grown daughters that never have seen eye to eye I wish they could sit down and rediscover each other. But living in different states and only seeing each other barely once a year for a short time I don’t think it will ever happen. I think it’s a great idea if siblings could do this.

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    • msw blog says:

      I think it could happen, it would take each of your daughters, saying to the other I want to learn more about your life as an adult. Perhaps this post could be the “fuel” when I drafted this post. I sent it to my siblings with the question “What do you want me to know about you?” “What would you like to know about me?” Some of the replies were humorous, some trips down memory lane, and others were the start of beautiful healing conversations….

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