siblings


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Translations
sourozenci
søskende
sisarukset
braća i sestre
兄弟姉妹
형제자매
syskon
พี่น้อง
anh chị em ruột

siblings

أَشْقاء sourozenci søskende Geschwister αδέρφια hermanos sisarukset frères et soeurs braća i sestre fratelli 兄弟姉妹 형제자매 broers en/of zussen søsken rodzeństwo irmãos родные братья и сестры syskon พี่น้อง kardeşler anh chị em ruột 兄弟姐妹
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NYT News Service People who, as young children, either bullied their siblings or were bullied themselves by siblings face an increased risk for psychotic disorders, a new study suggests.
Within families of these children, there are siblings experiencing a medical crisis as it unfolds.
All the participants were asked to answer ASRQ and they were also required to share how many siblings they had.
Four years after their squabble, Claudine Barretto has apparently forgiven her siblings, Joaquin Barretto and Michelle Barretto.
Growing up with three siblings I was not always aware of the impact my disability had on their lives -- as a child you would not.
Deep emotional connections can be formed between siblings when the relationship foundation forms in the early developmental stages of life and is mutually shared within the family over one's lifespan (Silverstone, 2006).
Siblings were more satisfied with future caregiving planning when they had discussed future care plans with their parents and family members.
2) This means that the number of families and siblings living with children with ASD has also significantly increased.
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When a child is diagnosed with cancer, his or her siblings may struggle with complex emotions such as confusion, guilt, and fear.
Whether parents are caring for a child with a physical or mental condition, the amount of attention required almost inevitably consumes some of the time the siblings might otherwise access.
Autism occurrence by MMR vaccine status among US children with older siblings with and without autism.