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Providing care for your parents can be complicated. When your brothers and sisters are also involved, caregiving can become even more complex. While your siblings can be enormously helpful and your best support, they can also be a source of stress. In this fact sheet, you will learn how to identify the family dynamics that can impact caregiving, ways your siblings can help, how to increase your chances of getting that help, and how to deal with emotions that arise.

Because parents are living longer—but with chronic illnesses—their adult children are now caring for them for up to a decade or more. Siblings—or in some cases step-siblings—might not have a model for how to work together to handle caregiving and the many practical, emotional, and financial issues that go with it.

There is no clear path guiding who should do what, no roadmap for how siblings should interact as mature adults. While some families are able to work out differences, many others struggle.

Siblings are also going through a major emotional passage that stirs up feelings from childhood. Watching our parents age and die is one of the hardest things in life, and everyone in the family will handle it differently. You may find that needs arise for love, approval, or being seen as important or competent as a sibling. You may not even be conscious of these feelings, but they affect the way you deal with your parents and with each other. So without realizing it, you may all be competing with each other as you did when you were kids.

Now, however, the fights are over caregiving: This is a hard time, so have compassion for yourself, and try to have compassion for your siblings. That kind of understanding can defuse a lot of family conflict. Caregiving may start when the sibling who lives nearby or has a close relationship to the parent helps out with small things. You may not even identify yourself as a caregiver at first, but then find yourself overwhelmed and feeling resentful of your siblings as your parent requires more help.

But it can be a recipe for trouble. The family needs to spell out clearly what that person will be expected to do, whether there will be financial compensation, and how that will work. In addition, the sibling s should be clear about what support tasks each will provide. You need to re-examine all these assumptions as a family.

The best way to do this is to call a family meeting as early and, later, as often as possible. If needed, a trusted person outside the family can facilitate. Whenever we get together with family, most of us tend to slip into our old roles, even though we behave differently when we are with other people.

But these roles may not work anymore. Parents may not be able to play the parts they did when the family was young, like making the decisions, providing emotional support, or smoothing tensions between family members.

Maybe you were expected to be the responsible one; maybe your brother was seen as someone who needed taking care of. Maybe your other sister was groomed to go off and become the achiever while family chores were left to others. Parents create labels and roles for each child, and everyone in the family adopts them and assumes they are true.

They may be based on some reality, but parents may also assign these labels for all kinds of reasons: Whatever the reasons for these roles, we need to re-examine them now.

You may need to help them see that you can all adapt your roles to new times and who you are today. If you approach them differently, they may prove to be more helpful than you think possible.

The idea that you may soon lose Mom or Dad, or that they need more care, can be really scary. Some adult children still need their Mom to be the parent. Some get over-anxious and think the parent is in bigger trouble than they are. These differences are common. Here are some ways to handle this:. But you may also have other less conscious, emotional needs that can actually make things harder for you. So try to focus on the essential things your parent needs for good care. When those old needs to be loved and approved of get stirred up, it can fire up sibling rivalry.

When you become furious or terribly hurt in a dispute with your sibling, try to step back, calm down, and focus just on the issue at hand, e. Yet, research shows that most parents feel a need to leave their estates equally as a sign of their equal love for all their children. Whatever their reasons, remember that it was your parents, not your siblings, who decided this. Think hard before you take your anger or disappointment out on your siblings. They are what remains of your original family, and for most people, this relationship becomes more important after parents die.

Dealing with your siblings over parent care can be difficult, complex, and emotional. Ask for what you need from them directly and specifically without guilt or anger. If you cannot, or there is conflict anyway, bring in an objective professional to help your family solve the problems that need solving.

Family dynamics were present prior to your caring for your parent s , and you may not be able to resolve existing conflicts now to your satisfaction. The important thing is to be sure to get support for yourself so that you can find peace during your caregiving journey, and once it is completed. Family Caregiver Alliance FCA seeks to improve the quality of life for caregivers through education, services, research and advocacy.

Through its National Center on Caregiving, FCA offers information on current social, public policy, and caregiving issues and provides assistance in the development of public and private programs for caregivers. A listing of all facts and tips is available online at www. Caregiving and Ambiguous Loss Caregiving at Home: Self-Care for Family Caregivers.

Lotsa Helping Hands lotsahelpinghands. This fact sheet was prepared by Family Caregiver Alliance. Skip to main content. You are here Home. Printer-friendly version Introduction Providing care for your parents can be complicated.

Here are some ways to handle this: You or your siblings criticize the way you think another person is being, for example: You feel that none of your siblings understands what Mom needs the way you do and you are the only one who can do certain things. Tips for Winning More Support from Your Siblings Try to accept your siblings—and your parents—as they really are, not who you wish they were.

Families are complicated and never perfect. If you can accept this, you are likelier to get more support from them, or, at least, less conflict. Ask yourself what you really want from your siblings.

First of all, ask yourself whether you really, deep down, want help. Many caregivers say they do but actually discourage help. Do you want them to do certain tasks regularly? Do you want them to give you time off once in a while?

Many caregivers feel lonely, isolated, and unappreciated. Ask for help clearly and effectively. Asking is the first step. You might ask for help by saying: I have to get the shopping done for the week and it gives me some time to myself.

Ask directly and be specific. Many caregivers hint or complain or send magazine articles about the hardships of eldercare. But these strategies do not work well. So consider the relationship your sibling has with Mom or Dad and ask for what that person can really give. Watch how you ask for help—and steer clear of the cycle of guilt and anger. Avoid making your siblings feel guilty. Guilt makes people uncomfortable and defensive. They might get angry, minimize or criticize what you are doing, or avoid you.

That is likely to make you angry, and then you will try harder to make them feel guilty. They will attack back or withdraw even more. And round and round you go. Sometimes your siblings will criticize you because they are genuinely concerned about your parents. Try to listen to these concerns without judgment and consider whether it is useful feedback.

At the same time, be bold by asking for appreciation for all that you are doing—and remember to say thanks back when someone is helpful. Be careful of your tone and language when you request something. Get help from a professional outside the family.

Families have long, complicated histories, and during this very emotional passage, it is often hard to communicate with each other without overreacting, misinterpreting, or fighting old battles. Even the healthiest families can sometimes use the help of an objective professional.

In family meetings, they can help you stay focused on the topic at hand and help you avoid bringing up old arguments. Steer clear of power struggles over your parent's assignment of legal powers.

This may seem like a lot of extra work, but record keeping is required by law, and being open will reduce distrust or distortion—and lawsuits.

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If you approach them differently, they may prove to be more helpful than you think possible. The idea that you may soon lose Mom or Dad, or that they need more care, can be really scary. Some adult children still need their Mom to be the parent.

Some get over-anxious and think the parent is in bigger trouble than they are. These differences are common. Here are some ways to handle this:. But you may also have other less conscious, emotional needs that can actually make things harder for you. So try to focus on the essential things your parent needs for good care. When those old needs to be loved and approved of get stirred up, it can fire up sibling rivalry.

When you become furious or terribly hurt in a dispute with your sibling, try to step back, calm down, and focus just on the issue at hand, e. Yet, research shows that most parents feel a need to leave their estates equally as a sign of their equal love for all their children.

Whatever their reasons, remember that it was your parents, not your siblings, who decided this. Think hard before you take your anger or disappointment out on your siblings. They are what remains of your original family, and for most people, this relationship becomes more important after parents die. Dealing with your siblings over parent care can be difficult, complex, and emotional. Ask for what you need from them directly and specifically without guilt or anger.

If you cannot, or there is conflict anyway, bring in an objective professional to help your family solve the problems that need solving. Family dynamics were present prior to your caring for your parent s , and you may not be able to resolve existing conflicts now to your satisfaction. The important thing is to be sure to get support for yourself so that you can find peace during your caregiving journey, and once it is completed. Family Caregiver Alliance FCA seeks to improve the quality of life for caregivers through education, services, research and advocacy.

Through its National Center on Caregiving, FCA offers information on current social, public policy, and caregiving issues and provides assistance in the development of public and private programs for caregivers. A listing of all facts and tips is available online at www. Caregiving and Ambiguous Loss Caregiving at Home: Self-Care for Family Caregivers. Lotsa Helping Hands lotsahelpinghands. This fact sheet was prepared by Family Caregiver Alliance. Skip to main content. You are here Home.

Printer-friendly version Introduction Providing care for your parents can be complicated. Here are some ways to handle this: You or your siblings criticize the way you think another person is being, for example: You feel that none of your siblings understands what Mom needs the way you do and you are the only one who can do certain things. Tips for Winning More Support from Your Siblings Try to accept your siblings—and your parents—as they really are, not who you wish they were.

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