Parents often have ONE child who they like MORE or BETTER than their other children. The other children in the family KNOW this. Yes, favoritism does exist although it is little acknowledged among families. Favoritism has no respecter of families. It occurs in rich, poor, Black, Caucasian, educated, not so educated, religious, and nonreligious. Favoritism affects each child in the family differently. Psychologists state that 95% of parents practice favoritism regarding their children.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Do YOU believe that favoritism occurs in the majority of families? Why? Why not?There are simply children who received quite differential treatment in a positive way by their parents. These are the favored children in the family. Favored children are given opportunities that...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 weeks 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 Elena 4 weeks 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 A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
Have you ever performed random acts of kindness on a regular basis?
by Christin Sander 5 years ago
What supplements do you take daily or on a regular basis and why?Do you use supplements with success? If so what do you take and how does it work for you? I personally take Astragalus (now through spring to boost immunity for cold/flu season) I take a whole foods multi-vitamin and mineral...
by Peeples 5 years ago
What can cause a person to have bad thoughts on a regular basis?Is there something that can cause a person to have negative bad thoughts on a regular basis. Thoughts of people dying, being robbed, funerals, etc. Every other thing about him is normal. Just bad thoughts that do not go away and happen...
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