Mixed Feelings: Love, Hate, Rivalry, and Reconciliation Among Brothers and Sisters

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Bantam Books, 1992 - Psychology - 428 pages
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This empathetic, comprehensive exploration of sibling relationships based on scores of interviews and extensive research from the author of Married People will have universal appeal. Covering jealousy, tensions, favoritism, dependency, fights, closeness and distance, patterns of behavior, and unfinished business, Klagsbrun conveys the human and psychological aspects of siblinghood.

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MIXED FEELINGS: Love, Hate, Rivalry, and Reconciliation Among Brothers and Sisters

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A sympathetic though not rigorously scientific exploration of adult sibling relationships, by Klagsbrun (Married People, 1985, etc.). Klagsbrun interviewed 122 men and women about their ties with ... Read full review


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Francine Klagsbrun's books include "Voices of Wisdom: Jewish Ideals and Ethics for Everyday Living "and" Free to Be . . . You and Me" (editor).
Mark Podwal's books include "The Book of Tens" and, with Elie Wiesel, "A Passover Haggadah."

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