Most siblings fight like cats and dogs at some point in their childhood (if not all of it). Parents have to constantly mediate and problem-solve just to get some peace in the house. But when you grow up, your parents are no longer there to force you to like your sibling(s), to make you play with them and play nice. As adults, it's your own responsibility to maintain that relationship. The sibling relationship must, at some point, morph into a real friendship. But how do you do that when you're both busy now with life and kids and careers and families? How do you maintain a solid relationship with your brothers and sisters once you're adults?
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