Jamie is typical of many children who are the siblings of seriously ill children. He feels left out and confused because his parents have to devote the bulk of their time to his sick sister, Susie. Jamie feels angry and resentful, jealous and sad. Sometimes Jamie acts out to get his parents attention, other times he withdraws in silence. Jamie is desperate for his parents to understand how he is feeling, and help him find a path forward. He wants nothing more than to feel the unity and closeness of family once again. WHAT ABOUT ME? provides a strong message of understanding, love and uniqueness for the sibling. It can help parents understand the feelings of the sibling child and give a healthy re-focus on the family as a unit.
What About Me? A Story For Siblings