As the cliché goes, we can choose our friends, but we can’t choose our families. Whatever the status of our relationships with our parents and/or our children may be, most of the time, it’s our relationships with our siblings that are, at the very least, the longest relationships in our lives. The bond between brothers and sisters is unique, and it’s those bonds that Geoffrey Greif and Michael Woolley - both faculty at the University of Maryland School of Social Work- have explored in a new book, Adult Sibling Relationships. The book is about how those relationships are strengthened or frayed as we get older.
They’ll be talking about it on Saturday morning at 11:00AM at the Roland Park Branch of the Enoch Pratt Library.