National Sisters Day is dedicated to sisterly love. Sisterly bonds are one of the strongest, because they are based not only on the same blood, but also on similar upbringing, life, and often habits and interests. Relatives are not always friends, but if this happens, then it is a great happiness.
It is not known who and how the idea came to celebrate this day on the first Sunday of August, but this undertaking is definitely good. Many families all over the planet celebrate this holiday with pleasure, which means society really needs it.
- The most famous sisters of the literary world are Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Brontë.
- The presence of siblings significantly reduces the risk of depression.
- In India, there is a holiday dedicated to the relationship between siblings.
How to take part
Do not wait for your sister to congratulate you – congratulate her yourself. Remind her how much you love and appreciate her. If she lives far away from you and you have not spoken in a while, contact her online or by phone. Feel free to remind yourself – you must agree it is important for you to maintain a warm relationship and help each other.
Give a gift that symbolizes your blood and friendship ties. Recall together interesting stories you’re your childhood or look at a family photo album. Do not focus on the bad moments and try to avoid the ones that make some of you feel miserable.
Do something you both enjoy – go to a concert of a band you adored as teenagers or watch a movie that makes you feel nostalgic. You don’t have to dwell on the past – try something new to create new positive memories.
When is National Sisters Day celebrated in 2024?
National Sisters Day is observed on the first Sunday of August each year.