#18 Alternative Cover - Technically, this is the costume from "The Amazing Spider-Man" (the reboot) and not the costume from Spider-Man 3, but hey, I don't think people will notice. Unless they read this. Damn it. 

#18 Alternative Cover - Technically, this is the costume from "The Amazing Spider-Man" (the reboot) and not the costume from Spider-Man 3, but hey, I don't think people will notice. Unless they read this. Damn it. 

Our spouses and children arrive comparatively late in our lives; our parents leave us too early. “Our brothers and sisters,” says family sociologist Katherine Conger of the University of California, Davis, “are with us for the whole journey.
— Jeffrey Kluger

Listen to Season Two, Episode #18! 

Contrary to popular belief, you can have a sibling and not want to punch them in the face, at the same time. On this very special episode, Mohnish and his sister Vysali deconstruct how to have good sibling relationship and cover:

- The basics: how do you have a good relationship with your brother or sister?

- What percentage of sibling relationships are unfixable?

- Why did Mohnish's sister smoke him like a salmon?

- Why are sibling relationships so valuable (and how do they affect you)?

For more material on this episode including additional research, books, cover artwork and more fun stuff, check out www.realtalkstudio.com

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Research, Fun Stuff, and More

- Jeffrey Kluger - with a book called the Sibling Effect - has an awesome TED talk where he cites that roughly 80 - 85% of sibling relationships have the potential to be awesome, or are already awesome, and dives into the science of sibling relationships. Kluger has been instrumental in shaping the material in this podcast, and he's just excellent. Really cool talk. 

Production - Special Thanks and Credits

Special Guest and Content Ideation: Vysali Soundararjan

Host, Producer, Editor, Research: Mohnish Soundararajan

Music: Electric Mantis