My Sister, My Self

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McGraw-Hill Education, Sep 26, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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Discover the unexpected ways that being a sister affects your life choices

Whether your sister relationship was close, conflicted, or somewhere in between, that childhood bond shaped the woman you are today. Having grown up as an older, younger, middle, or twin sister influences your choice of occupation, your circle of friends, your love life--even how you feel about your own body.

My Sister, My Self provides you with powerful tools to:

  • Come to terms with a challenging sister relationship
  • Make sense of your need to depend on or control others
  • Recognize how your sister role influences your interactions with friends and colleagues
  • Understand the sister role you've played since childhood

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About the author (2006)

Vikki Stark, M.S.W., has twenty years' experience as a family therapist, supervisor, and educator and appears regularly as a guest expert on television. Originally from New York City, she now lives in Montreal.

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