There is a gap in the literature regarding studies that focus solely on what it is like for well school-age siblings
as they live through their brother's or sister's traumatic injury as told from the sibling
As evidence shows, the factor structure of sibling
relationships is similar in several countries.
Four years after their squabble, Claudine Barretto has apparently forgiven her siblings
, Joaquin Barretto and Michelle Barretto.
Long term, families need to respond to a parent, sibling
, child, or spouse/partner who can be substantially different with regard to personality, sexual behavior, communication skills, and cognitive functioning.
Collier (2011) assessed the moderating role of a positive sibling
relationship in childhood and adulthood on the associations between early psychological maltreatment and adult attachment anxiety and avoidance.
Gau et al (17) studied 115 Taiwanese families' adjustment to having a child with ASD, and found siblings
to have a small increase in internalising and externalising scores when compared with those without a sibling
Any carer who is willing to foster more than one child can foster sibling
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, his or her siblings
may struggle with complex emotions such as confusion, guilt, and fear.
Sometimes even routine health care for the sibling
Autism occurrence by MMR vaccine status among US children with older siblings
with and without autism.
This notion is particularly applicable to adult sibling
relationships because unlike romantic relationships and friendships, the sibling
relationship is ruled by a paradoxical nature in that participants can simultaneously express liking and loving for each other while at the same time behave in an antagonistic manner toward each other (Mikkelson, 2014).
The geographically diverse study population included 95,727 children born in 2001-2007 who had an older sibling
and were enrolled for at least 5 years, said Dr.