Sibling grief is as unique as your relationship. Here is an article from whatsyourgrief and a book from Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D that you might find helpful.
As a general rule, we hesitate to write about different types of loss. To clarify, I am not referring to types of grief, which we’ve written about extensively. Instead, I am referring to loss in regards to the type of relationship, such as the death of a parent, spouse, child, and so on. Allow me to share two reasons for our hesitancy: [Read More]
We are family because there’s a little bit of each of us in all of us.
–Gregory E. Lang, Why We Are A Family
The Behind the Badge Foundation Resource Center has more information specifically about sibling grief.
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