Central Standard
11:23 am
Tue July 8, 2014

The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Sibling Relationships

Kids can be really loving, but they can also fight like cats and dogs.
Kids can be really loving, but they can also fight like cats and dogs.
Credit Ken Wilcox / Flickr, Creative Commons

The bonds and battles between siblings are unique and long-lasting. For some people, their brother or sister is the most treasured person in their life; others can't spend an hour in the same room together. On Monday's Central Standard, we discuss the psychology of these lifelong relationships. 

Guest:

  • Bruce Liese​, professor of family medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center

The musical clip at the beginning of the show is from "A Family Affair" by Sly and The Family Stone.

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