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Old 07-06-2004, 03:42 AM
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Default SB child’s siblings

I have a 10*year old son and 14 year old daughter.* My son is the one with SB.**My daughter loves him to death, but gets embarassed by things he does.* He talks a lot out loud to himself because he gets bored and has a great imagination.* He also doesn't have a lot of friends to come over and play with him.*His talking out loud bothers her.* I've gotten used to it and tend to overlook it.* She has been asked on occasion why a nurse has to come to help him everyday.* Her answer is that he has a disability, and leaves it at that.* Does anybody have any ideas how to help her not feel so embarassed about her brother?****

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Old 07-28-2004, 08:54 PM
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Default SB child’s siblings

Hi MorningDove,

There are several books available on loan from SBHAO's lending library on sibling issues.* Contact the association at 1-800-387-1575 if you are interested in borrowing the books for your daughter.

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