They can envy who got married first & who is getting the attention with the wedding...or who is having a baby and getting attention with all of that. Or..who is doing well in their career, and things come easier for them...or how about WAY down the line...who is getting Mom & Dad's....(fill in the blank) when one of them passes away. People say that this all stops when you grow up..but chances are if someone is envious, it never will! We are all children in adult bodies, just going to work & throwing fits! haha.
any reason they can think of for there should be happen for all good thing in life and helpful for problem. but if envy involved. its a sad thing and it could be from anything that is selfish and evil base
There are so many reasons why adult siblings envy each other. It can steam from birth order issues. Oldest siblings, especially those from medium large to very large families, envy the youngest siblings because they were allowed the freedom that they weren't. They also envy the youngest child's more preferential treatment and attention from the parents. Youngest children in large to very large families oftentimes have more educational opportunities and freedoms that oldest children in
Envy is quite usual in the sibling relationship. It is expected that it stops once siblings reach adulthood.Such is NOT the case.Sibling envy continues into adulthood.Reasons are varied...... read more
by Jami Johnson 3 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 older brother/sister, etc... So what do you believe? Are the first born children...
by Cindy Lawson 5 years ago
How many children do you think is too many to have?There is a woman on the island where I live who survives only on benefits and now has 14 children. She openly admitted she got jealous when her 16 year old daughter got pregnant last year. The Husband left her a couple of years back, and most of...
by Nichol marie 6 months ago
Do you know someone who is prejudice of larger families?Why do some people have an ignorant belief that moms of large families cannot be the same as moms with one or 2?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Is there an underlying envy that people w/siblings have towards only children?What causes them never to see anything positive regarding only children?
by Marianne Sherret 6 months ago
Is the youngest child in the family always spoilt?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 11 months ago
I believe that the oldest child in a family have the toughest and roughest path to go. He/she was automatically dethroned upon the birth/births of a successive sibling/siblings. He/she is often held to a higher and stricter standard than his/her younger siblings, ...
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