Siblings are the only enemy you can't live without.

Emily Frank4 months ago
The Sister of an Anorexic
It's common to see an anorexic's story on the web, internet, or YouTube. My sister has her own YouTube channel where she is able to document her recovery and help others along the way. I'm proud of he...
Somebody I Used to Know
We came together in an unusual way. In fact, when I first met you, we were not pals. You were nothing to me but some girl who had broken my brother's heart. Then you reappeared for a second shot.
Stephanie Pickard4 months ago
The Separation of Sisters
Having just found out I’m due to have another girl this December, I’ve been thinking a lot about sisters. Elated to have two daughters, my husband and I are already imagining the sweet sisterly giggle...
Piper Stevens4 months ago
Not Sisters, but Friends
Disclaimer: I wrote this for my Honors Sophomore English class so about three years ago. I feel that a lot of my feelings about it have changed for the better. Nonetheless, I chose to share it because...
Taylor Grace5 months ago
The Story of the Sunflower Girl
She came into the world on September 1, 2000. My brand new baby sister. I was 3 so I don't remember but from what I was told, I loved her. I even tried to name her Cinderella Annie-Pooh Enderlein. My ...
Eleventh Grade
I live in what is quite possibly the whitest neighborhood ever. I'm not kidding. A local publication did this analysis of every neighborhood in my city, ranking them on affordability, diversity, those...
IRINI DOLITSA5 months ago
Some Relief for Anne
I have been constantly asking myself how normal children experience coexistence with a mentally retarded sibling (e.g. Down syndrome), so I would like to share this article with you. Bigger children a...
Heather Wilkins5 months ago
A Letter to My Sister
My sister and I may not have been the best of friends growing up, but after being in college for a while, we may have made some progress over the years to be better friends than enemies. I know it is ...
Mr EE5 months ago
The Longest Game
“Have you seen this man? He looks exactly like me!” An elderly gentleman and a young boy, in his late teens, were stood conversing. The young boy was holding a picture—it looked to be a picture of him...
Colie Farmer6 months ago
It was spring break and we were camping. The weather was very warm and when the sun hit your skin, it felt so refreshed and new. My family and I only camped for one night.
Ashton McHatton6 months ago
Everything changed when Evan was born. Things changed for me more so than anyone else, including Evan's own parents. She was our mother's fourth child, and she was her father's seventh child… but she ...
Kennedy Kovalick6 months ago
Why I Love Having a Little Sister
Having siblings as a kid is the worst thing to ever happen to you. You have to learn to share your toys, food, and most importantly, your parents. This is a hard lesson for children to learn. It can b...
Megan Adams6 months ago
For the Little Brother Who Changed My Life
As frustrating, obnoxious, and downright irritating my brother can get, I still love him. My little brother has autism and I wouldn’t trade him for the world. My little brother Lucas was born about a ...
Hannah Fricker7 months ago
Rose Robbins
Most people thought her cutthroat attitude and strong independence was due to some sort of trauma. They said it was the only explanation as to why she was so cold and distant. Rose rarely smiled. She ...
CagedPandaBabe .7 months ago
A Little About Twins
I'm the youngest of three siblings. There's my older sister, who I will call 'S' for privacy reasons, and then my older brother 'N'. S is much older than the both of us, and, at first glance, it's mor...
Clari Garza7 months ago
That Night
[THAT NIGHT] What happened that night? On the sixth of this month? I inhaled twice and dropped my body weight onto the mattress. As I sank and closed my eyes, I heard my name. I heard a desperate call...
Pheobe Paris7 months ago
Can't Pick Them...But You Love Them
The connections we make with our siblings are the very first types of relationships we learn to make at a young age. I grew up in a family of five. Though I am one of three siblings. I am the one that...
Shealynn Dubrule8 months ago
I Am Guilty
Being guilty of falling into the trap that is judgement is inevitable; eventually a thought will cross our minds that make us ashamed and guilty. Parents try to raise their children not to judge a boo...