Tales From The Family Crypt: When Aging Parents Die, Sibling Rivalry Lives

I am humbled and yet laughing at this interview Q and A. Enjoy. Then check out her wonderful website for yourself!

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What happens when sibling rivalry goes awry? As challenging as it is during one’s formative years when it’s an ongoing quest to prove via Mother’s Day gifts, handmade cards and good deeds that “Mom likes me the best,” fractious relationships with brothers and sisters tend to escalate in adulthood if a deceased parent’s final wishes are neither written down nor carried out. In her latest book, Tales From The Family Crypt: When Aging Parents Die, Sibling Rivalry Lives, Deborah Carroll serves up an entertaining and insightful retrospective of dysfunctional family dynamics as seen through the lens of personal experience.

Interviewer: Christina Hamlett

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Q: It’s often said that truth is stranger than fiction. Would you say that’s an apt label for the vitriolic interactions that transpire(d) in your own family tree?

A: Let’s put it this way: My family tree is so screwy, even monkeys are frightened! I…

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One thought on “Tales From The Family Crypt: When Aging Parents Die, Sibling Rivalry Lives

  1. Wow Debby, I can’t believe how much flack you endured for writing your book from your ‘so called family’. I’m so excited to be reading it. Everyone thinks their family has dysfunct, and then it never ceases to amaze that there are so many more like us out there. 🙂

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