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Why is siblingship IMMENSELY BENEFICIAL to the youngest child in the family and NOT to the


middle and oldest children in the family?Youngest children are KINGS/QUEENS as far as the world of siblingship go. They have the most free and longest of childhoods and adolescence. They have privileges that their older siblings, especially the oldest child, DID NOT have. They also grow up in more affluent socioeconomic conditions than their older counterparts, Especially in medium large/large/very large families, youngest children have opportunities to further their education and all aspects of their lives that their older siblings did not. Youngest children are often treated THE BEST!

 

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    Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) 3 years ago

    Youngest children have IT MADE.They have little or no responsibilities. They do things for which older siblings are punished because the former did not know any better.They have the LONGEST childhoods. They are the KINGS/QUEENS of their families.


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