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October 26, 2010



Wow. This post really hit me. I can hardly imagine this.

I have been thinking so much lately of my sister and I--and what to do with our relationship. I'm seriously considering letting it go completely. We couldn't be more different in values, temperament, education. Our communications are more agitating than joyous. So happy for you that you have such a treasured relationship with your sister.

Fortunately I do have this kind of 'best friend' with my dear husband.


My sister and I live on the same block! Our boys are dearest friends. We are very fortunate. I am so happy my son has his sister. I feel a bit bad that my daughter does not have a sister. Brothers are awesome, but different. Deborah Tannen is the best. I sent my sister the article today!

Gael in Vermont

I read Tannen's piece at lunch today...and I loved it. I immediately forwarded it to my 2 best "sister-friends" since I don't have a blood sister. I couldn't be alive in this world without these 2 women. Our "gab list" looks much the same as yours with your sister, Deb! Topics range from politics to mascara and everything in between - all within a 5 minute time span! Typical. Nothing is better than having that in a relationship!

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