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    locololo

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    ok, my entire life i grew up as an only child. I knew that i had a brother that lived away from me from one of my dad's old marriages, and I accepted that. but I was talking to him and I found out that I have 2 sisters and another brother. After talking to me I guess he told my now older sister and she started talking to me. so far it has been just questions about what I am like, she said she's seen me before, but what should I say to other questions. I was hoping people with siblings could help me with this.

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    Well, I too grew up as an only child and have a few half-siblings that I've never met. I have two half-brothers on my father's side that I have had no contact with. Then there is a half-sister on my mother's side who I briefly had email contact with. She wanted us to start acting as family far too quickly. Right off the bat she was talking about us spending the holidays together. But, regardless of blood we were still strangers. Unfortunately communication was severed because we wanted very different things from one another.

    There are a few things you have to consider when dealing with these long lost relatives. 1. They are only siblings by blood, not by upbringing. 2. It's ultimately up to you whether you pursue a relationship with them or not. 3. If you want to get to know them don't rush things.

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    Being a only child then finding out you have sinblings half blood, or full blood kinda sucks.

    I have a little half brother and nither me or my full blood older brother contact him much. However I do stay in his room while visiting up there and we play a lot of games. Since there's not a lot to do in that area of Oregon unless your over 21... Bars, casino. :P

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    locololo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruanHam View Post
    Well, I too grew up as an only child and have a few half-siblings that I've never met. I have two half-brothers on my father's side that I have had no contact with. Then there is a half-sister on my mother's side who I briefly had email contact with. She wanted us to start acting as family far too quickly. Right off the bat she was talking about us spending the holidays together. But, regardless of blood we were still strangers. Unfortunately communication was severed because we wanted very different things from one another.

    There are a few things you have to consider when dealing with these long lost relatives. 1. They are only siblings by blood, not by upbringing. 2. It's ultimately up to you whether you pursue a relationship with them or not. 3. If you want to get to know them don't rush things.
    thanks, my sister isnt trying that she is just trying to know me, so i guess it isn't that bad. as for what yu said personally i don't consider them siblings becasue we weren't raised together, the only person that is my brother in that tense is my uncle, hes only a couple of years older then me so we are like brothers.

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    I have three (sisters) on my step-moms side. when we meet all we did was get to know each other.Answered questions, tell stories.
    Stuff like that, now its been some 16 years, we're pretty close. We spend the holydays together and stuff.

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    Give her a chance...

    Blood is blood - and you should give your folks some chance to get to know you.

    Having siblings isn't bad - actually my sis' and I are pretty close.

    If you didn't grew up together it might take a while... and there is the possibility that you won't get along, but so what?
    take it easy and just talk... the rest - if - will fall in place

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    locololo

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommygun View Post
    Give her a chance...

    Blood is blood - and you should give your folks some chance to get to know you.

    Having siblings isn't bad - actually my sis' and I are pretty close.

    If you didn't grew up together it might take a while... and there is the possibility that you won't get along, but so what?
    take it easy and just talk... the rest - if - will fall in place
    thanks, i msotly want to get to know them, but I don't want to invite them over and stuff, cause it would be hard for my dad. I have been trying to get to know them, but it's a little hard.

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    Why exactly would it be hard on your dad?
    Then again you can meet somwhere public or at her place, I guess....

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    I have two brothers and I used to not get on with them at all (My older brother broke my nose twice, my right foot and game me a permanent indent on my bum by throwing me onto a radiator) but now, when he's 21 and I'm 18, we couldn't be closer. I think now that we've grown up we can have normal conversations without fighting, and we get on like nobody's business.

    My point is that you've missed out on the squabbling that would have occurred when you were young, and can now enter into friendships with them as if they are normal, non-related people. If you like them, stay in contact and meet up like you would friends, if not, just talk on rare occasions so as not to make it awkward.

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