Why do brothers and sisters always fight each other? Is there a solution?
A common problem in a family relationship, "fights between brothers and sisters". Is it a question of being jealous or just for fun?
It's called sibling rivalry. Sometimes it's for fun, other times it's very real drama. The only way to be rid of the real kind is for each parent to spend equal time with each child and not favor one over the other. A lot of times, sibling rivalry happens because they're fighting for Mom and Dad's attention.
It's hard to say. I know in my family it was usually because my sisters were always trying to get their way or working on becoming Class A manipulators. In reality, my sisters fought with each other more than they fought with me.
I think, in general, sons want their father's approval, while sisters are quite content being "Daddy's little girl". I think many sons think it is not fair that they have to earn what their sisters get for free and they resent her entitlements and aire of superiority.
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