Sibling Abuse has long lasting impact to adulthood.
If this happened to you, you are not alone.You might be asking:
- Can I be free of my past and move on?
- Will I ever have a normal life?
- Will this anxiety ever go away?
- Why do I keep attracting the wrong people?
In America alone, it is estimated that there are over 40 million adult sibling abuse survivors.According to recent research, sibling abuse dramatically affects the adult with:
- Chronic anxiety,depression, PTSD
- Difficulties with work,
- Dysfunctional relationships, domestic violence,
- Financial issues
- Low self esteem
- Estrangement from Family/Isolation
- Suicidal Ideation
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- Every Eighteen Second (1993)
- The Sourcebook For Working With Battered Women (1993)
- The Girl In The Water: A true story of Sibling Abuse (2013)
- Sibling Abuse Survivor: True Story of the Impact to Adulthood. (2015)
- Colorado Organization for Victims
- Alabama School of Alcohol & Drug Studies-Continuing Education
- West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders
- Northwestern Region, Soroptimist International
- Oregon American Federation of State and County Employees
- Drug & Alcohol Department-Continuing
- Education/South Carolina
- The Oregon Association of Young Children
- Georgia Domestic Violence Coalition
- Kansas State University-Governor's Conference
- Lane County Labor Council, AFL-CIO
- NASW-Alaska/ Continuing Education
- California Nurses Association
- Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault
- Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs
"For too long, sibling abuse has been a serious problem that has been overlooked and excused as sibling rivalry. I commend Nancy Kilgore's personal story which will help other survivors to uncover their harmful experiences and seek help." Vernon R. Wiehe, PhD, Professor, the College of Social Work, University of Kentucky and author of Working with Child Abuse and Neglect
"This book is a call to action about the effects of sibling abuse and its link to family dysfunction. It's also a book about hope and encouragement, and a message for sibling abuse survivors that they are not alone." Jane Balvanz, coauthor, When Girls Hurt Girls® and co-owner, A Way Through and The Global Alliance for Preventing Relational Aggression