Sisters: a good thing

My sister (aka "The Smart One", aaka "The Good Child", aaaka "Person who's basement I will eventually live in, fulfilling my destiny as 'Crazy Uncle Graeme'") is graduating from law school tomorrow. She's pretty cool, and we're all very proud of her. And I'm happy to report that I have finally forgiven her for crashing the 24-hour-a-day Graeme Attention Festival that I enjoyed prior to her birth. It only took 25 years.

So, in honour of my little sis, I am pleased to bring you news of a new study that reveals just how beneficial a sister can be. According to research at the University of Ulster:

People who grow up with at least one sister are generally more balanced and happier adults according to new research from the University of Ulster.

The study of 571 participants aged between 17 and 25, found that those who grow up with no sisters tend to be more distressed.

The results showed having at least one sister was associated with higher scores on a range of measures important for psychological well-being. For example, they reported better social support, more optimism and more positive coping than people who only had brothers.

Professor Cassidy said: “Sisters appear to encourage more open communication and cohesion in families. However, brothers seemed to have the alternative effect. Emotional expression is fundamental to

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good psychological health and having sisters promotes this in families. This is important information for those working with families and children.”

So there you go. Congrats, Booter, on gradumerating. Given my propensity to libel and slander on this blog, it's always nice to have a lawyer in the family.