Category Archives: siblings

23 Things That Only Sisters Understand | Thought Catalog

Webster may not define the relationship between sisters quite like this, but I am certain that he didn’t have a sister anything like mine, nor did he survive raising the two siblings that I call my daughters. There are 22 … Continue reading

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Keep your (dry) hands off my stuff!

I don’t like to share.  I do teach kindergarten, so I fake it at school. Sharing is fine for other people; it’s great in theory, it’s just not for me. My therapist believes this phenomenon is rooted in the fact that … Continue reading

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My husband prays hard.

My husband comes from a family of 8 kids.  More specifically, and most important to him: he is the oldest. His underlings tell stories of how he taunted them with his self-imposed authority.     Jim Pfiffer was a mean and bossy older … Continue reading

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Dear _______, You are my Favorite; Don’t tell Your Sister.

Read the details in the data, right here.

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