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We, at SportsLeader, urge ALL OF US to embrace the RELATIONSHIPS we are vested in. The fact is, we CAN ALL DO A BETTER JOB of making those relationships better. It doesn't matter if it's the Father-Daughter/Son relationship, the Mother-Daughter/Son relationship, the Coach-Player relationship, the Coach-Coach relationship, the Teammate-Teammate relationship, or the Brother/Sister-Brother/Sister relationship.


Greatest Brother-Sister Team? Zan and Jayna-The Wonder Twins from the SuperFriends.

Many times, brothers and sisters are each other's best advocates. Similar in age and/or interests, often, they develop a connection that at times is infuriating, but often as well, grows into something special, both of whom hold dear. The Pevensie brothers and sisters, Peter-Edmund-Susan and Lucy in C. S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia, come to mind.


Many times, especially when brothers and sisters grow older, with parents passing on, they are the ONLY ones that truly UNDERSTAND and HELP each other through the joyful and tragic times. Maybe this is best illustrated by a recent video posted on YouTube. We've added it to our SportsLeader website. It speaks so well, what loving families do for each other, especially loving brothers and sisters.

Father-Daughter Bridal Dance


Let's make this year's resolution for 2014: To do MORE for the people we LOVE!


Sibling relationships - and 80 percent of Americans have at least one - outlast marriages, survive the death of parents, resurface after quarrels that would sink any friendship. They flourish in a thousand incarnations of closeness and distance, warmth, loyalty and distrust. - Erica E. Goode