What is a sister? What should a sister be? How do you relate to your sister—in childhood, adult hood, and throughout life? What are the characteristics and traits of sisters? What are the personalities of sisters? Are there particular types of sister groups?
In My Sister, My Enemy, author Dr. Pamela Renee Applewhite journeys through sisterhood using various sister examples, traits, personalities, interactions, relationships, thoughts, whims, notions, and more. A total reflection of sisterhood, she shares various examples of sisters to demonstrate how we have been, how we have not been, and what we need to do to get it right.
Filled with an array of touching and real-life sister stories, My Sister, My Enemy addresses a host of situations sisters face. Applewhite seeks to encourage sisters to find healing or triumphant victories. Geared for sisters old, young, and in between, she not only chronicles her personal story, but that of others who have experienced the joys, pains, happiness, trials, tribulations, sadness, loneliness, death of a sister, and revivals of sisterhood. It’s about getting back to love, to closeness, and to sharing.