What Can Siblings’ Enmities And Hate Lead To? How Can It Be Solved When They Can't See Eye to Eye?
I have watched , in life , siblings devide into incredibly selfesh ways . Always wondering why. Especially after parents pass on .Greed and narrsisistic behaviour rules many a family .
Sibling enmity has become a very common thing and though some build it on greed, I've seen fight over the silliest of reason. like a sis angry with her bro for not making her son's wedding and the bro had his son too sick and close to death.....Such enmity is hard to end but can be...here an elderly person that they both respect calls for a meeting and tries to end it without choosing sides......though it is difficult but with old age comes great wisdom
The problems between siblings in our family were caused by parents.
I do not talk to any of my three brothers.
One was aware that I was being sexually abused by our father as a child, and never said or did anything to help end it. For the last 20 years he has denied ever telling me that he knew about it.
My youngest brother and I do not talk because 20 years ago I reported he and my second brother being sexually abused by our father to the authorities. They both said I was making it up and that nothing had happened to them.
Since then, they have both come out and said that they were abused after all.
Now my second brother will not talk to me because I tried to do the right thing all those years ago.
I do miss them, well, one of them. Mind you, it makes Xmas a darn sight cheaper, though!
I think it is the same thing that happens when kind and gifted people are harmed and rallied upon by others. There is a beastly spirit walking the earth, driving loved ones apart. Sibling relationships are the strongest on Earth, and suddenly it is separation instead of joining...it is a heartache...
It ruins families, and you can't fix it most of the time. Someone has to be the submissive peace maker. Then someone has to get them to a counselor or minister.
this topic makes me so sad. I can relate....
i appreciate reading what others have written
by Marianne Sherret 3 months ago
Is the youngest child in the family always spoilt?
by Elayne 4 years ago
I was born and raised in one area and then after getting married have lived most of my life far away from my siblings. It has been hard to keep the relationship going, although it really was never that close to begin with - how about yours?
by Leta S 3 years ago
Mine would have to be when my sister (the wild child) stole a bunch of other girls' purses out of their lockers when she was still in high school and stashed them in my dorm room when I was a freshman in college. (Who the heck knows why she did that?)I didn't know what to do. I wasn't exactly...
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