Caregiving Battles: Sibling Relationships

By Pamela D Wilson MS, BS/BA, CSA, NCG

How many of you, when young, vied for the attention of your parents? How many of you today, feel that your parents have “favorites” among their children. These early differences between children and perceptions of parental favorites carry on in later life when parents need the support of adult children in caregiving situations.

Is it possible to put aside childhood—or even adult differences—to provide care for parents? It is possible to set aside past hurts to forgive in order to support end of life family relationships with parents?

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©2014 Pamela D. Wilson, All Rights Reserved.

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