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Do you get on well with your brothers or sisters?

Are you good friends with them all?

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I have one brother, and we got on so, so for many years.

Since my parents died, he now phones me every week -he lives in a different state to me, and came over straight away when my son died even though he had a sick wife at home.

So, yes I get on very well with my one brother, and I love him to bits!
by Finy
I have 2 younger sisters. We get on pretty well most of the time - it's much better since we all left home and live separately!!
I get on very well with my stepsister who is 11 years younger than I am,though my biological sister who is 2 years older than me,is a whole other sad and v ery heartbreaking story.One day I hope that the bridge will be mended,though I do try often from my end.
I have 1 brother and 1 sister and I get on with both of them. I am in regular contact with both
by AJ
Me too and I love them to bits.
by Rice
I have four sisters. I love them all to bits, but, sometimes, I can take some of them only in small doses. You know who you are! :P
by Vee
I have an only brother, he lives in another State so I don't see him much.
We get on, but he is 14 yrs older than I.
We write emails to each other nearly every day.... :)
we are similar once again Jonaj!
One only brother in another State -is yours perhaps in Perth while mine is in Sydney. Though mine is only 4 years older than me.
by Finy
mine is in Qld and I'm in Sydney.
Yep we are very much alike. :)
by jonaja
Well I had one brother and he has passed on......when he was alive we got on okay, not really close, they lived away for a long time..
by Fran
My sister and I were very close when we were younger, but drifted apart as we grew up. After many years, we're slowly connecting again now. She lives in Canada while I'm in Perth, so unfortunately we don't see very much of each other any more.
I would happily call my 17yr old sister my best friend, we talk almost every day and see each other at least once a week. I am lucky as I am young and so still live very close to my parents and sister, hopefully we'll stay close as we age.
At the moment, not in contact with my only sibling, an older sister!

Asked her advice, out of courtesy, on a subject. Gathered information & made my decision, based on best info to hand, & she gets all 'narky' because I didn't specifically use her advice!

So wrote her a letter, airing various 'grievances' I find with her. Haven't heard from her since! Maybe in future she'll quit the 'poor me' attitude & be mature & not so annoying!

This isn't the first time she's been like this, & I've had enough of her attitude!
I would say I got on well with my sisters (younger). However the youngest chooses not to get on with me!
Yes I do. My sister is in Seattle and we skype every other day and I visit there every 18 months or so and she comes over to Australia too. I had two brothers, one of whom has died, but always got on well with them. One lives in Edinburgh and the other lived in London so again, it was skype, email or trips to the UK. The relationships were very good though, life's too short!
I had a younger brother, who was 2 years younger than me, who has died, & I have 2 younger sisters. My sisters & I get on, but they are closer are closer to each other then I am to them, if that makes sense! 1 is 5 years younger than me, & the other is 7 years younger than my self. We all live in Sydney, NSW.
I get on with my siblings quite well, my younger brother has more common sense than my other young brother, he is only one year younger than me.
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