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...he deserves. They sometimes let him get away with it or when he does actually get punish, it’s over in the next couple of days, where as if I was me on the other hand I would have to suffer a punishment for at least a week. Overall, my relationship with my brother has its up and downs but I still love him at the end of the day.
To summarize my following point, sibling rivalry sparks mainly through differences of gender, age and also parental attention of siblings, which causes poor relationships between sisters, brothers or sisters and brothers. Which is the largest form of expressed aggression in America today. Sibling rivalry can bring about many differences that may include jealousy, competition, and sibling fights. Therefore, it’s important, especially for parents, to promote healthy communication, problem solving skills and equal treatment between each sibling.
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