The top 10 reasons why your brother is important in your life

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Your brother is the most important man in your life. Your brother knows your faults but he will always be there to defend you. It might come as a surprise to some, but your brother is someone who loves you unconditionally.

 

Jen Ruiz writes that Dads get a lot of credit. They have their own holiday, special gift baskets and the biggest serving at the dinner table. Too often, little brothers get overlooked. They don’t get anywhere near the kind of recognition they deserve, and that’s a shame.

At the end of the day, while your dad might be a key figure in your life, you’ll find that the person who’s right there next to you, through thick and thin, is actually your brother.

Somewhere along the way, that little goofball you never took seriously grew up to be more than just your annoying little brother; he became your best friend.

Grateful people are happy people. Being grateful brings you blessings and loads of happiness. Gratitude will bring you kindness, joy and will keep you humble. Be grateful for your brother, take the next opportunity to thank him, I am certain there will be a reason to be thankful.

Your brother is important in your life

He’s really the most important man in your life and deserves to be recognized as such.

Your brother knows when someone’s not good enough for you

Whenever you go through a horrible breakup, your little brother will be the first to put it all in perspective by reminding you the guy “had a gut anyway” or was “too dumb” for you.Oddly enough, when the tears dry up and your tunnel vision clears, you’ll realize he was actually right.

Your brother loves you unconditionally, even knowing all your faults

You may be daddy’s little girl, but I promise you, daddy doesn’t know half of what you’ve really been up to; whereas, your brother is the one who will hold the window open for you while you sneak out.He’s seen you at your worst and loves you regardless.

Your brother will always defend you

Who needs a bodyguard when you have a little brother? Ready to jump to your aid at a moment’s notice, he’s been playing your knight in shining armor long before Prince Charming decided to show up.

Your brother makes you look good in front of your parents

If you fit the standard big sis/little bro mold, chances are your little brother makes you look good. Every time he leaves empty beer cans in the basement or fails yet another class, your parents get a little more forgiving about your own indiscretions. It’s nice to be “the good child.”

Your brother is the only other person who speaks your language

Have you ever tried to be discreet with a friend or colleague and he or she just doesn’t catch on? With your brother, you never have that problem.You two can communicate with a look, a la “Bridesmaids,” and always know what the other is thinking. You have the same slang and inside jokes that only the two of you know, basically your own language.

Your brother makes you laugh

In addition to speaking the same language, you have the same sense of humor. You grew up with the same jokes and watched the same comedians growing up.You can feel free to laugh about or share things with your little brother that others might judge you for because he probably finds them funny, too.

Your brother keeps your secrets

Your little brother knows that you’ve had shameful moments, and while he’ll tease mercilessly for them, he’ll never expose you or your secrets. You’re safe with him, even at your low points.

Your brother values your advice

Your little brother looks up to you. Despite seeing you hungover or in a complete manic state, he still thinks you’re the bee’s knees and strives to be like you one day. He’ll ask for fashion advice, dating advice and even career advice when he’s ready because he values your opinion.

Your brother is your biggest supporter

Sure, your mom is proud of you, but your little brother is in awe of you. He can’t fathom how you can be so successful at such a young age. He screams the loudest at all your graduations and brags about you to all his friends.

Your brother keeps you humble

At the same time, he’s not going to let you get a big head. The minute he starts to think you’re getting a little too self-assured, he’ll bring you back to reality by referencing a repressed and mortifying moment only he remembers, making you feel like an awkward kid again.No worries, though, since you also do the same for him.

Your brother goes out of his way for you

Your little brother will stop at Ben and Jerry’s and get your favorite ice cream, even if it requires him driving 30 minutes out of his way to do so.With a little prodding, he’d go to the ends of the earth for you because you’re his big sister and he loves you. — that, and he’s going to want you to remember that favor next time he needs you to bail him out of a jam.Sound like your little brother? If so, shoot him a text today and tell him thank you.

These are the habits that every family household should work together to install. A happy family is one that will give thanks no matter what and spread out the joy to each other at every opportunity they get.

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