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[Epub] The Sister Knot: Why We Fight, Why We're Jealous, and Why We'll Love Each Other No Matter What By Terri Apter – Viagraonl1ne.us

The Sister Knot: Why We Fight, Why We're Jealous, and Why We'll Love Each Other No Matter WhatPDF The Sister Knot Why We Fight, Why We Re Jealous, And Why We Ll Love Each Other No Matter What Author Terri Apter Chardonneret.eu This Substantial Contribution To The Literature On Sibling Relationships Library Journal Explores The Intricacy, Friction, And Love In Bonds Between Sisters Relationships Between Women Are Often Freighted With A Rocky Mix Of Emotions Devotion And Disregard, Affection And Loathing, Admiration And Envy Leading To Anguish And Confusion On The Playground, In The Home, And In The Boardroom Negotiating Her Layered Feelings Toward A Sister Shapes A Woman S Psychology As Forcefully As Do Her Relationships With Her Parents Drawing On Compelling Interviews And New Research, Terri Apter Considers The Many Aspects Of The Sister Relationship From Birth Through Adulthood The Need To Fight To Differentiate Oneself From A Sister, As Well The Protectiveness One Feels For That Same Person, Is Explained By Reference To Extensive Psychological And Biological Evidence.

[Epub] The Sister Knot: Why We Fight, Why We're Jealous, and Why We'll Love Each Other No Matter What By Terri Apter – Viagraonl1ne.us
  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • The Sister Knot: Why We Fight, Why We're Jealous, and Why We'll Love Each Other No Matter What
  • Terri Apter
  • English
  • 12 May 2017
  • 9780393060584

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] The Sister Knot: Why We Fight, Why We're Jealous, and Why We'll Love Each Other No Matter What By Terri Apter – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    I was looking for from this book than I felt it ended up offering Apter used lots of psychology jargon but mostly it didn t feel like it said a whole lot Most frustrating was that I never found a place where she actually defined the sister knot she kept referring to it, but it seemed like she should have laid out a clear definition of the term, and I never found one, not even in the chapter CALLED The Sister Knot I think she assumed that the reader would have a certain familiarity with psych jargon used to talk about sibling relationships, and with the previous scholarly literature on the topic, and I don t have that background It did pick up a bit in the 2nd half of the book, where she had real life examples from interviews with pairs or groups of sist...


  2. says:

    The psychology of sister relationships Read after a particularly nasty fight with one of my sisters Don t be deterred by the title why we ll love each other no matter what , it s actually an interesting book.Juno Juliet deals with twins sisters much better though.


  3. says:

    BORING


  4. says:

    Terrible Couldn t even finish it Reads like a thesis paper.


  5. says:

    Wasn t a fan of this book, unfortunately I found little substance other than sorry little retellings of sibling conflicts I didn t feel like there was any conclusion or depth to the book.


  6. says:

    A book to come back to perhaps It is a little academic, yet doesn t ever really seem to get to the point of what the author is trying to say There was some interesting parts, explaining the psychology of the relationship.As I have a younger sister it was very relevant to me But I suppose the sisters, as shown by the great many case studies provided in ...


  7. says:

    fascinating study of sisters in a way that hasn t been done before, looking at it from a very feminist perspective and definitely ruling out the oedipus elektra complexes, and deals with how siblings create existential crises for each other in that you...


  8. says:

    SWE Book Club Dec 2011This book was okay it did not meet my expectations Although some of the anecdotes were interesting, I found myself scratching my head after finishing the book, thinking, Okay, now what The author describes all these various sibling scenarios sisters or otherwise , but doesn t g...


  9. says:

    Disappointing I picked this up hoping for examples of real sister relationships, anecdotes, snippets from interviews, etc According to the introduction, the author did interview a lot of siblings, but rather than use these interviews to illustrate her theories, she keeps the details to herself and merely reiterates he...


  10. says:

    This was a very interesting book about relationships between sisters and a little about siblings in general I really got into it in the last few chapters as it seemed to dig into some of the questions thoughts I had regarding sisters There was some interesting thoughts ...

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