Brave.
Loving.
Amazing.
Inspiring.
Relentless.

“My sister, Blair, and all terminally ill children have these incredible traits. Something that many don’t realize is that their siblings do as well, but are often overlooked. The mission of this website is to give siblings a place to connect with others and find additional support as they experience the challenges of having a terminally ill brother or sister.” - Grey


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The Day Sanfilippo Won

It’s been a while since I’ve had what I consider a “depressive episode.” I had one this week. I lacked motivation to do anything, go anywhere, or be around anyone for a while. Every bit of stress and each unanswered question about my life were at the forefront of my mind. When a wave of sadness hits like that, it holds me captive. Read More

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Pitching a Super Sib President

You may not know that President George W. Bush, like us, is a super sibling. His sister died from Leukemia at age three. Over MLK weekend, the Bush family was at my family's favorite vacation spot and I decided to ask him for an interview on my new podcast. I walked up to the former president, my heart pounding, and pitched him my idea. Read More

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When Super Sibs Meet

What happens when the siblings of kids with the same terminal illness meet? I can say from experience, it’s awesome. No matter your age or interests, you immediately become best friends. At this year's MPS Conference, I had the opportunity to meet several siblings. Read More