When you were growing up did your parents value your individuality or constantly compared you
to other children whether it is another sibling, cousins, or nonrelated children?
They valued my individuality. If my parents would like to point out something better with another child, they expressly tell me the reason behind their appreciation. I get to understand where they are coming from.
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