What are the 10 factors which makes women who are the oldest daughters in their families to be
EXTREMELY competitive towards and jealous of in addition to being venomous towards their daughters, particularly those who have more opportunities and advantages than the former did as children?
Oldest daughters are often expected to be adults earlier and children shorter. They oftentimes do not receive the prerequisite attention in favor of the younger siblings. Of course, this has a negative effect on many oldest daughters. Some are attention starved and attention deprived, seeking attention in ANY way possible. When they become mothers of daughters, they see the daughter as a competitor.
by Grace Marguerite Williams21 months ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
What FACTORS causes SOME PEOPLE to have MORE children than they can adequatelysupport financially, emotionally, and psychologically? Most intelligent and educated people have the amount of children that they can...
by Jami Johnson3 years ago
Who's smarter the first born or the second born (or the third or forth)?I always hear, the first born child is smarter because they have more attention from the parents.... or the second born is smarter because of the...
by jagandelight2 months ago
Do you think an only child is better off more than they are with siblings?
by stacies292 years ago
I feel that some women are just scorned lovers who are out 4 revenge.
by Money Fairy3 years ago
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