October 15, 2014

By Dan Coulter

The massive success of movies such as "Frozen" and "The Hunger Games" is part of a positive trend in young adult fiction that focuses on the importance of sibling relationships. This trend makes me think of the 57 family members my wife and I interviewed...

April 7, 2014

By Dan Coulter

A few years ago, my wife, Julie, and I made a video designed to help brothers and sisters understand siblings who have Asperger Syndrome.  We interviewed children and adults from sixteen families. While we heard a lot about sibling difficulties and challe...

November 4, 2011

By Dan Coulter

Are your family holidays the joyous celebrations you see in greeting cards, or stressful sessions that fray nerves?  For many families dealing with Asperger Syndrome or autism, they’re a bit of both. 

     One way to help ensure opening presents wi...

March 6, 2011

By Dan Coulter

I was 19 when I first heard the Hollies’ song, “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.” Wikipedia says the phrase can be traced back as early as 1884.  Wiki reports an early use in a publication came from Ralph Waldo Trine: "Do you know that incident in conn...

February 28, 2008

By Dan Coulter

Who do you love more, your child who has a condition such as Asperger Syndrome or autism -- or your child who doesn’t?  Dumb question?   It may not seem so dumb to a child who sees his or her parents devoting large amounts of time to a brother or sister w...

September 26, 2007

By Dan Coulter

We’ve crossed the finish line!

Our DVD to help brothers and sisters understand siblings with Asperger Syndrome is complete.  My wife, Julie, and I interviewed children and adults from sixteen families.  While we heard a lot about difficulties and challenge...

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