How can I get my mom to give me more attention than my little sister?
It's possible that your mother may not be aware that she's giving more attention to your younger sister than you. Sit down and have a talk with her and let her know that you would enjoy spending more time with her with just the two of you alone sometimes if possible. I believe parents should have "dates" with their children too. It could be the mall, a spa, a picnic, etc. But don't be afraid to ask. I'm sure she'll appreciate you for it.
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