Sibling Revelry explores the sibling bond, family dynamics, the human mind, and so much more. Kate and Oliver dive deep into the things that interest them and talk to other siblings in a free-formed, wide open, relaxed conversation to not only have some laughs, but to maybe inspire some people along the way with universal tales of what it’s like to grow up with brothers and sisters.
Seth and Josh Meyers
On the final episode of this season, Kate and Oliver sit down with Seth and Josh Meyers. They discuss their new podcast "Family Trips with the Meyers Brothers," having their mom as a French teacher, lying about report cards, and much more.
Who’s Going to Cry First? (An Email Episode)
On the last email episode of the season, Kate and Oliver read letters from listeners and try not to cry. They also cover grief, quitting smoking, regrets, and more.
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Dr. Edith Eger, Dr. Marianne Engle, and Audrey Eger Thompson
Dr. Edith Eger is a Holocaust survivor, therapist, and author of multiple books including, "The Gift: 14 Lessons to Save Your Life." She joins Kate and Oliver along with her daughters, Dr. Marianne Engle and Audrey Eger Thompson. They share her incredible story, and discuss grief, trauma, and the importance of finding humor.
Finding Happiness and Living Your Purpose with Tim Tamashiro
Kate and Oliver are joined by Tim Tamashiro, author of "How to Ikigai: Lessons for Finding Happiness and Living Your Life's Purpose." They define ikigai and discuss how to do what you love, find joy, make the most of your time, and more.
How I Met My 35 Siblings with Chrysta Bilton and Evan Scott
Kate and Oliver are joined by two siblings who didn't know the other existed until they were adults: Chrysta Bilton, author of "Normal Family: On Truth, Love, and How I Met My 35 Siblings" and Evan Scott. They share their incredible story, discuss nature vs. nurture, forgiveness, setting boundaries, and much more.
Moshe and David Kasher
Comedian Moshe Kasher and Rabbi David Kasher sit down with Kate and Oliver this week on Sibling Revelry. They discuss their childhood split between Oakland and a Hasidic neighborhood in Brooklyn, growing up with deaf parents, how they got into their respective careers, and much more.
My new favorite podcast!!
I found this podcast at the perfect time for me. From the first episode I listened to, I’ve been truly impressed by how deep and psychological the conversations are! So many episodes have been therapeutic for me. Now I have many resources to look into to help heal me at a time when I need it the most . Plus, I love how cute the sibling dynamic is between Kate and Oliver, and how I laugh with every episode!
I hate that sibling fight
Our mother never had her kids fighting she would say it’s bad luck
The only fight was when my brother fought with his wife. But we never fight it’s against gods promise
great show. would love to hear a perspective of someone who doesn’t have siblings and what that dynamic is like. i realize it’s off topic but would be an interesting conversation.