Members sanchbo65 Posted July 2, 2012 Members Report Share Posted July 2, 2012 I come from a family of 5 children I am the oldest girl I have one older brother a younger brother and then the youngest are a set of twin girls. When my sisters were born I was 7 1/2. I used to help my mom change them and feed them. I always seemed to get my sister Amy to feed for some reason and became very close to her, I didn’t love my sister Erin any less I just had a stronger bond to Amy. As they grew up it was apparent my sister Amy had my same outgoing personality whereas my sister Erin was more like my older brother more reserved still fun loving just not as boisterious.As we got older my sister Erin approached the subject with me that she felt jealous that she did not have a relationship with me as strong as the one I have with Amy. We had a long conversation and I told her that no matter what she was very important to me and that I loved her very much and that I was just as jealous at the bond she and Amy shared. At that time we both realized how much we were really alike and how much we meant to each other and our relationship grew stronger. On June 6th 2012 At the very young age of 39 My sister Erin passed away from a pulmonary embolism she was a wife and mother of 5 children ages 17, 15, 13, 11 and 8. Even though things were very good between us I am struggling with not only the huge loss I have in my heart from her death I am also dealing with the guilt that for many years I seem to have made her feel I loved her less then our other sister. In addition I am feeling helpless in assisting my sister Amy in her grief, as much as I am hurting I cannot imagine the grief she is feeling the bond between twins is unbelievable and I see the hurt she is going through and I want to help her and take away her pain I feel as though I am failing her as her big sister I should be able rescue her. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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