Russell, Russell and Russell (2003) found that there have been many reports of unusual concerns as well as the opportunities for the siblings of children with mental retardation. Russell et al. (2003) reported that siblings often have maturity, insight, tolerance, compassion and understanding of people. They become more stable and responsible and develop pride on the accomplishments of their siblings. On the other hand they may develop negative feelings like guilt and embarrassment, isolation, loneliness and resentment due to loss of parental attention. They may be burdened by excessive demands, increased responsibilities and pressure to excel in every walk of life. Siblings may dislike the special allowances given to the children with disabilities for rules and regulations. It is not easy for siblings of disabled children to accept that their programs and activities are scheduled according to needs of disabled children. Most of all siblings of disabled children are expected to help their disabled brother or sister and that demand may become troublesome when they do not even know that how to communicate with their brother or sister, that results in the feeling of rejection and low self esteem. They become even more tensed when their friends ask questions about their disabled brother or sister and they cannot answer accurately. They may also become afraid of developing the condition, catch it, or pass it on to their own children some day (Alper,Schloss, & Schloss, 1994).