Statistics show brothers and sisters do not share as close of a relationship as they once did. They are starting to grow apart earlier, which is damaging their connection as adults. Is there anything parents and grandparents can do right now, while their children are young, to influence their adult relationship for the better? Brett A. Johnston, a father of three, wondered the same things, leading him on a quest for answers. His extensive research into adult sibling relationships led to the development of Close Kids.
In this insightful book, he explains the various influences on sibling relationships and reveals the factors most common among the closest siblings that any family can apply. Implementing his findings into your children's lives will result in positive, lifelong sibling relationships for your children. Parents, learn what it takes to have Close Kids for life!
©2010 Brett A. Johnston (P)2010 Tate
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