Try not to bring your childhood self

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Try not to bring your childhood self

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An excerpt by Lee Woodruff

 

Tips for minimizing sibling squabbles

 

Try not to bring your childhood self to the caregiving situation, but DO ask for what you need from your siblings. There is nothing more corrosive than holding in the resentment and continuing to do it yourself.

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A tip that's always worked for me is Get Over Yourself.  A little humor helps a lot.

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A little humor always helps a lot. Especially if it's self deprecating.
It's so easy to point fingers at others now days.
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