Sibling

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Sibling

(dreams)
It is very common for us to dream about all different types of people. Siblings are a fantastic source of dream material. Our siblings are important to us emotionally and psychologically. We are bound to them on some level throughout our lives; thus, they will appear in our dreams in many different forms. We learn important lessons about ourselves through our brothers and sisters. They are a reflection on us, and we can not escape their presence and their love, hate, or any other emotion. If you have many unresolved issues with your siblings, it is likely that they will frequently appear in your dreams.
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I did not even exist when my half sibling was killed, yet it has affected me tremendously.
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The resemblance between full siblings minus the differences that are already accounted for by the third and fourth level, that equals the half sibling correlation, yields the expectation for the second level.
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The risk of drug abuse was significantly elevated in the adopted offspring of biological parents who were abusing drugs; in biological full and half siblings of adopted children with drug abuse; and in adoptive siblings of adopted children with drug abuse.
This study examines family ties and sibling relationships (full siblings, half siblings, and step siblings) in remarried families in the US.