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Lower sibling expectation for similar involvement

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An excerpt by Lee Woodruff

 

Tips for minimizing sibling squabbles

 

Quit expecting your siblings to be involved in the same way or with the same approach as you. Once you change expectations, you can focus on how you want to engage in the caregiving situation and operate so that you have no regrets when your loved one is gone.

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No sibs.  No squabbles.

Cat only bother.

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Steer of politics and religion. Red flags.
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