If anyone have lost a sibling in death they may have experienced that people tend to focus more attention to the parents and forget that the siblings are grieving as well, I know they do not mean to, but it happens....Some siblings also have feelings of guilt ....there are many emotions. I was reading something encouraging and it reminded me to Keep a list of comforting thoughts and read them each day PSALMS 94:19

"When anxieties overwhelm me..you comforted and soothed me.."

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Comment by Gloria Maciolek Callighan on June 22, 2014 at 10:49pm

when do the tears stop?  when do the memories stop?  how do I go on living with my son who killed himself in 2012, and the ongoing caretaking for 6 years of my mom?  I love taking care of her, I don't want her to die, I want her healed so we can do things together again.  Yes I am selfish, yes I want to see the world as it passed by every second, but the grief is just too too heavy on and in my heart.

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