- Drawing the line: a case study of ambivalence in sibling support for adults with complex needsBonnie Lashewicz
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta T2N 4Z6, Canada
Issues Ment Health Nurs 33:727-34. 2012..The limits the brothers place on their support allow them to adhere to their values, preserve their energy and, ultimately, sustain their ability to provide support...
- Care work versus career work: sibling conflict over getting priorities rightBonnie Lashewicz
Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Work 40:15-9. 2011..Isabel claims she sacrificed her career to care for her ailing mother while her siblings argue that through caregiving, Isabel was sheltered from the paid workforce...
- Equity matters: doing fairness in the context of family caregivingBonnie Lashewicz
Faculty of Health and Community Studies, Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Can J Aging 26:91-102. 2007..Siblings evaluating fairness undertake careful comparisons of their respective relationships with parents in terms of biological links to parents and type and extent of influence in interactions with parents...