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Dear Carol: My siblings and I have never gotten along. This has become more of an issue now that our aging parents need help. I do all the caregiving, and the strain shows. How do we resolve our differences so we can best help our parents? – Ben
Dear Ben: You are definitely not alone with this issue. The first thing to do is ask yourself if you’ve honestly left the door open for your siblings to help. Have you asked them to do specific things? Played to their strengths?

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LOL! I hear that quite often : )

Thanks for the comment.

In some ways, it's not so bad being an only child!

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