by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 months ago
In families of 2 or more children, favoritism is rampant. In such families, parents oftentimes favor a child or some children over other children. Even though parents deny that favoritism occur, children SEE it. In multichild households, favoritism is normative. What is your...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
When you were growing up, were you your parents' favorite or unfavorite child. If any of the aforementioned applied to you, were you affected positively or negatively by the experience. If you have children, do you have any that you consider your favorite and/or...
by Elena 3 months ago
Is it possible to love all your children equally? Can you love one more than the rest?I have noticed in many families that the last child is the one that is loved so much.
by Clive Williams 2 years ago
Do you as a Parent show favoritism towards your child?for parents with more than one child, do you show noticeable favoritism. If so, how does it affect the other kids?
by prettydarkhorse 5 years ago
As a parent, do you have a favorite son or daughter? Is this inevitable, or we can control it?All children should be treated equally, but there are parents who always prefer a particular son or daughter. is this inevitable, say we have a close relationship with the particular son or daughter...
by Satendra Saini 4 years ago
Is it true that mother's love divide equally among her sons or It become multiple of them?People generally says that she have 2 sons, her love is divided into both of them. But from my experience as a son of my mom I found that it multiply more and more times. What you think about it?
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