Do You Love Your Siblings?

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  • #607934

    Confucious
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    Or has childhood animosities carried over into adulthood? Or, perhaps, new fights developed in adulthood that causes friction.

    #923766

    oomis
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    ABSOLUTELY!!!!!!!!! We are extremely close and protective of each other. Our parents were niftar 19 years ago, and in their zechus we have kept our family unit strong, as they did with their own siblings. That doesn’t mean there are never disagreements, but there is ALWAYS love and menschlechket.

    #923767

    WolfishMusings
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    I have only one sister. Aside from my wife, children and parents, she means more to me than anyone else in the world.

    The Wolf

    #923768

    DaMoshe
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    Of course I do! I’ve gotten into trouble for protecting some of my younger siblings, but I didn’t care. Family is extremely important. Yes, we argue at times, but they’re still my siblings.

    #923769

    ==> Caution! <==

    Think twice before posting (possibly) personal info, especially in what may be a trolling thread.

    #923770

    ZeesKite
    Participant

    I have heard that Neshamos up there get very disturbed when their children don’t get along well.

    #923771

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Think twice before posting (possibly) personal info, especially in what may be a trolling thread.

    The fact that I have a sister, wife, parents and children is public knowledge.

    The Wolf

    #923772

    postsemgirl
    Member

    What’s the point of this question?

    #923773

    Torah613Torah
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    Baruch Hashem, I love my siblings.

    Ode to T613’s siblings, in the form of a free verse poem:

    Who else but a brother would get up at 5 in the morning to play ball with you?

    Who else but a brother and sister would go on long walks on early summer mornings?

    Who else but a sister would enjoy talking about your life but not insist on hearing details you don’t want to share?

    Who else but a sibling would make a deal that if I have a success, they tell my parents, and if they have a success, I tell my parents?

    There is nothing to replace a loving family. I hope that you all have a loving family, and if you don’t come from one, get the help you need to make one – it is worth it!

    #923774

    ShiraTobala
    Member

    No point to fight, Baruch Hashem!

    #923775

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Wolf, I don’t think ICOT was referring to you. He was warning against someone posting their negative feelings toward their sibs. You have, from what I’ve seen, only expressed love and admiration for your relatives.

    #923776

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Icot: Pretty sure this is the newest Joe…

    #923777

    DaasYochid

    Negative, positive, …basically anything personal. This might include number of sibs, age, source of friction, etc.

    OneOfMany

    Signs point to yes.

    #923778

    superme
    Member

    Siblings can be annoying yes I do fight all day. But just imagine lifewithput them yeh not so good is it again I am the worst fighter ofsiblings but….( with them

    #923779

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    ICOT and OOM, yes, I’ve already ID’d him (although it was subtle, I don’t think anyone but he chapped. You know, he is very “choppy”).

    #923780

    ThePurpleOne
    Member

    oh wow siblings!!! the older kind r good but younger ones cud get annoying at times but def still luv em always… somewhere deep down!!! absence makes the heart grow fonder.. if u hate ur sibs go to camp for a month and then for 3 days when u get bak ull actaully like them!! try it, it works…

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