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This site has been created as a resource for anyone who has lost a sister or brother. The SiblingConnection is a not-for-profit organization, based in St. Louis, Missouri. Our vision is that bereaved siblings will receive the support they need. Our mission is to provide resources to grieving siblings through counseling, the SiblingConnection website, education, research, writing, and to raise public awareness about the profound impact of sibling loss.


Here you can learn about the grief process from MOVIES, from ART, and from PSYCHOLOGY.
You can read the articles listed in the left hand column and you will find STORIES from other site visitors.
If you wish to leave yours, please EMAIL me.


For further information about sibling loss and the five healing tasks of sibling grief, read my book on Sibling Grief.

Click on the cover below to order the book from Amazon.com.


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