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Dr. Brown Shares Family Relationship Advice in Chicago Tribune

In the Media | 02.22.19

Kristina Brown, Ph.D., Chair of the Couple and Family Therapy Department at Adler University was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune for a story on family relationshipsShe gave advice for how women who have close relationships with their sister-in-laws can create boundaries in their conversations.

“Model boundaries to your sister-in-law. Talk about your partner in ways that you would be comfortable hearing about your brother,” Dr. Brown said.

Read the Chicago Tribune article, “What to do If Your Sister-in-Law is Complaining about Her Husband—Your Brother.

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