By Lucinda Rosenfeld, REDBOOK
These siblings who compare everything from their kitchen faucets to their cup sizes will make you feel (relatively) normal.
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My two older sisters and I are all undeniably adults now. We have families of our own, careers of our own, homes, cars, mortgages, and lovely gray hairs of our own. We are also close-we talk on the phone or email nearly every day. And yet, the sensation that we're competing against one another for some grand prize has never entirely gone away, and mostly, I feel outranked and outrun. The list of categories is endless. Who has the best marriage/career/figure? Who's the best dressed/the best traveled/the best parent with the smartest/cutest/most gifted and talented kids-as well as the nicest fridge? I've recovered (more or less) from not getting into the Ivy League college attended by my oldest sister, 25 years ago. But the fact that she got her kids into a better elementary schoolRead More »from Adult Sibling Rivalry: My Sister, My Frenemy