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Sibling issues can also provide great storylines.

Certain experiences in a child’s life are definitive. Those involving siblings can even be life altering. What better story line for a sibling in need than one that revolves around issues facing siblings, such as when a new baby comes home, or when one sibling is favored over another, or when a sibling becomes seriously ill?

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