LTAI Ep. 5- Parents are the originators of sibling rivalry

LTAI Ep. 5- Parents are the originators of sibling rivalry.

On today’s episode, we dig into one of the reasons we have seen for sibling rivalry, which is PARENTS! We feel like knowingly or unknowingly, some parents end up causing rifts between siblings. They do this through comparison, blatant favoritism, and sometimes just pitting siblings against each other. We talk about how we were able to overcome sibling rivalry that originated from my our parents. We also give some advice to younger parents as well. We want to read what you think, so please leave us a comment.

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