Brothers and Sisters: Developmental, Dynamic, and Technical Aspects of the Sibling Relationship
Salman Akhtar, Selma Kramer
J. Aronson, Jan 1, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 187 pages
*Sibling relationships and sibling rivalry are as old as recorded history. This book arises from work with children exploring that ambivalance between siblings, which casts its shadow throughout people's lifetimes and affects their choices of mates, relationships with their children and aversions to other persons.
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