A journalist at the Daily Mirror is writing a feature on sibling grief and needs expert quotes, for example:
- How does grief specifically impact people who have lost a sibling (they've lost their best friend and try to protect their parents by downplaying their own grief, etc)
- How easily can sibling grief be overlooked within the unspoken 'hierarchy' of grief (focus is often on the parent who's lost a child, or a child who's lost a parent)?
- What are the ways that might help ease the pain?
Please respond with no more than two paragraphs. Deadline is tomorrow morning at 09:00.