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How Having a Sibling With a Disability Can Change Kids for the Better

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Parents of multiple children, with one having a disability, often feel overly burdened with guilt. Am I giving my other children enough of my attention?

Will they grow up feeling resentment toward their disabled sibling? Will they eventually need therapy to work through childhood memories of feeling neglected or overlooked?

If you are this parent, I get it. I’ve asked myself these same questions. My youngest daughter is 22. She has three siblings: an older sister and two younger brothers.

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