EVERY so often, a subject comes up that warrants further exploration.
AS such, if the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, and before it is too late (most especially, with an adult sibling), pay proper attention. No shame in doing so. After all, it can’t hurt, and it may even help the relationship. Basically, this is so because the closest family members are those who have been there from the get-go and should have each other’s backs. At the very least, if harboring simmering resentment, they should keep their distance.
MORE specifically, sibling relationships formed during childhood often set the stage far into the future. For good and not so good. But when the relationship goes awry, toxicity often takes its place. This can occur publicly or in the recesses of the family unit.
AT this end, much…
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