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 Elena19 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 Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
(6 or more children per household) in the postmodern, 21st century United States, being fully cognizant of the fact that they will be subjecting their children to an extremely rudimentary and primitive socioeconomic...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 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...
by Diane Inside20 months ago
Do any of you have parents like this. I love my parents but sometimes I feel like mine do this. I have no children, but both my sister and brother do. So they seem to help them all the time. My dad often goes to do...
by Stacie L3 years ago
After suffering a devastating miscarriage in December 2011, Michelle Duggar is trying to get pregnant again with her 20th child. The 19 Kids and Counting reality TV mom says she and husband Jim Bob Duggar are hoping to...
by Lisa Petrarca9 years ago
After eight years of being the "Brady Bunch" family, I can say that I have finally mastered the art of mothering my children vs. the stepchildren. Now when I say verses, in the beginning that is what it felt...
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