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Are You Close To Your Siblings?
 
# 1 : Friday 4-10-2013 @ 22:51
 
 
For those of you who are not only children, do you get along with your siblings at the moment? Is blood truly thicker than water to you or is it a case that you can't choose your family?
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# 2 : Friday 4-10-2013 @ 22:52
 
 
Get on better with my sister than I do with my brother
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# 3 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 04:51
 
 
Best of mates with my eldest sister. We've the same outlooks on life, same interest in animals, into the same sort of music, the same food...we're very close and I'd be lost without her.

The other one? Regrettably, we don't get along at all. We never have, never will, and any time we're forced to try be nice to each other it results in us both becoming volcanic and utterly tearing each other apart. She's the middle child, hates me because I'm the youngest, and she's said some horrible, nasty things to me over the years that she can't take back. These days when she visits my folks home we literally walk right past each other, we don't look each other in the eye, we don't even say hello. It's been like that now for around 10 - 11 months. I've resigned myself to the belief that I've only got one sister.
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# 4 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 05:22
 
 
I love my sister, when she is in a bad mood she is a total bitch but when she is relaxed she is amazing. She is a very closed book though which i caan't understand cos mam and I are so open. I would love for us to socialise together but she wont het it happen. I am definitely an embarassment to her most of the time but she still looks up to me for a lot of things.
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# 5 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 07:36
 
 
things grew chilly over the years. four siblings - close to two - other two fight each other but are silent towards we three. i call my family the yellowpack borgias - all the squabbles and little dosh
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# 6 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 08:13
 
 
I get on with them but I wouldn't consider them friends - I rarely do anything social with them. I go to the odd gig with my youngest brother. He's my godson.
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# 7 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 08:35
 
 
I get on grand with nearly all of them but in small doses. Some are a bit land hungry though, but i suppose that keeps life interesting.
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# 8 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 08:37
 
 
Someone said :
I love my sister, when she is in a bad mood she is a total bitch but when she is relaxed she is amazing. She is a very closed book though which i caan't understand cos mam and I are so open. I would love for us to socialise together but she wont het it happen. I am definitely an embarassment to her most of the time but she still looks up to me for a lot of things.

She might if you kept your pants on
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# 9 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 08:43
 
 
When my mother, had a bad turn and passed a fortnight ago. I felt like a stranger in the room, at the funeral and was frozen out when it came to the arrangements for the funeral. I've never done anything bad to any of them, If anything I was generous to them and helped them when I could. But now the mother has gone, our last connection has been cut and I never want to see them ever again!
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# 10 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 09:53
 
 
Sorry for your loss - my your Mum Rest In Peace
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# 11 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 10:36
 
 
Ive always been very close with my brother, sister and niece, growing up we had to rely on each other for a hell of lot,and for a some things we still do. We have had the odd falling out but my sister is the rock that we all rely on, the funny thing is she says the same thing about me and my brother.
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# 12 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 10:53
 
 
I'm very close to one of my sisters and clash with the other one.

I think it's a personality clash with her though. We are always bickering and arguing over something and can never have a proper conversation with her. We had a falling out two years ago and are since back on speaking terms. I think we just tolerate each other now.

With my other sister, we get on like a house on fire. We have the same personality, sense of humour and could just chat and talk for hours. Even as kids, if we had a fight over something, we were talking again two minutes later and are even like that today. She's great fun on nights out too, if she's not falling over

My brother, the baby of the family, couldn't be anymore laid back if he tried. Nothing phases him. I might not hear from him that often but when we do see each other, we chat away. Losing our mother when he was 11 was very tough on him but he has grown into someone she would have been proud of.



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# 13 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 12:49
 
 
I'm close to both of them, the middle brother has autisim, so it meant I didn't have a sibling to talk to until my teens. I am very close to my youngest brother, although I was living away from during mos of the teenage years so I never fell out with him during that period.

The three of us all quite buddy, although the middle one still doesn't talk.
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# 14 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 13:11
 
 
Yes - I'm close to both my older sisters, especially my sister in Holland.
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# 15 : Saturday 5-10-2013 @ 14:40
 
 
Was very close to my sister (who is 10yrs older than me) until recently.
Now, she can talk to the back of my sack, for all I care!
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