Hi, I'm not actually a parent but I need some advice about my sister. My older brother Nick practically raised her because my parents are jerks and she adores him which is fine but he has too have physio on his shoulder and I'm left to look after her which is really difficult. (She's blind) and as soon as she realizes he's gone she starts crying for him and I can't get her to stop. She doesn't want to play with toys without Nick, she won't watch TV without Nick, she won't eat food without Nick, she won't even go outside without Nick, she won't do anything without him except cry and it is really frustrating because she is fine in preschool but won't even stop crying for me. If he's in the house she's good as gold but just us and she'll cry until he returns, anyone know how I can calm her down?
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