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  • Twilight SG's Avatar
    186 posts since Dec '12
    • Being the eldest , I feel my mum shows bias towards me....for eg she always cook for my brother even if it's late but for me she said she;s tired....Both also her children why the favouritism  sigh...

  • Zzzfrendzzz's Avatar
    93 posts since Oct '12
    • It's like that one, can't change the fact one. But don't end up hating your mother...

      Lucky i'm the younger one :D

  • soleachip's Avatar
    7,209 posts since Jun '07
  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
    • its sometimes very difficult to get into thick old fashion type of skull.

      some parents flavors boys, not about youger or older.

      some flavours girls.

      Edited by troublemaker2005 20 Feb `13, 7:45PM
  • Dj.Lacoste's Avatar
    15 posts since Feb '13
  • TehJarVu's Avatar
    117,532 posts since Dec '03
  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
    • learn to grow up and depend on yourself. mother also learn to grow wiser and be independent.

       

      dont alwasy want atention so childish young and old.

  • Zzzfrendzzz's Avatar
    93 posts since Oct '12
  • Summer hill's Avatar
    6,640 posts since Dec '11
    • Everything got advantage and dis-advantages lah.

      Youngest, like me, get hand-me-down items. sad.png

  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
    • Originally posted by Summer hill:

      Everything got advantage and dis-advantages lah.

      Youngest, like me, get hand-me-down items. sad.png


      you so young still dont build up spoilt brat character. things that you prbably got handed down they are all materialistic needs in this world. if they are clothings then be happy that you have some to wear to cover your nakedness and ato keep you warmth in cold days. if they are handed down books then use read and get the knowledge from them to be a better person.

      look at more important things in life and dont dwell on shame that the stuff are used second hand handded down.

      Edited by troublemaker2005 22 Feb `13, 3:37AM
  • Summer hill's Avatar
    6,640 posts since Dec '11
    • Originally posted by troublemaker2005:


      you so young still dont build up spoilt brat character. things that you prbably got handed down they are all materialistic needs in this world. if they are clothings then be happy that you have some to wear to cover your nakedness and ato keep you warmth in cold days. if they are handed down books then use read and get the knowledge from them to be a better person.

      look at more important things in life and dont dwell on shame that the stuff are used second hand handded down.

      aiya all my childhood i was given something unwanted how can become spoilt brat. 

  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
    • Originally posted by Summer hill:

      aiya all my childhood i was given something unwanted how can become spoilt brat. 


      look forward in life, dont dwell on the past.

    • Originally posted by soleachip:

      Good idea to broach the subject with her tactfully. Convey how it makes you feel.


      some parents can accept. some thick skull ones will tell the children still children want to tell them how to do things?

    • Originally posted by Twilight SG:

      Being the eldest , I feel my mum shows bias towards me....for eg she always cook for my brother even if it's late but for me she said she;s tired....Both also her children why the favouritism  sigh...


      you think like that in a long run is good? eating full meals late at night? once in a while if you cum home late after heavy activities eat a little more and dont go immediately to sleep is okay. do like this along term your bro will have this habit and later you see he will be oobese.

      some things are not that bad actually - they are blessing in disguise.

  • Clivebenss's Avatar
    20,592 posts since Feb '10
  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
    • Originally posted by Clivebenss:

      Being eldest, I have to look after my other 11 siblings, even at age 80.

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      you sure they really need you to look after?

  • Clivebenss's Avatar
    20,592 posts since Feb '10
    • Originally posted by troublemaker2005:


      you sure they really need you to look after?

      some need.

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