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    I have one child so he is by far my favourite- much better than the rest.

    I'm not sure whether my Mum has favourites as such but she puts a lot more time into my younger sister than any of my other siblings. It makes me feel incredibly depressed. She'd say she pays attention to the one that needs it more- the thing is, my sister has "problems" and Mum is always busy with her problems so I've learnt to keep my feelings inside and deal with them myself, often resulting in near breakdowns. But such is life.

    I've started researching things like this and believe I suffer from 'well child' syndrome and it's starting to make an impact. I think I'm getting depressed because of it.
    I don't like replying on anyone- I'm fairly independent
    I don't let people get close, I have a problem with letting my feelings out- after everyone has their own problems to deal with, who wants to hear about mine?
    I'm no good in social situations- I don't have any close girlfriends
    I ended up with a drug habit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddys Mum View Post
    My kids are so completely different, it would impossible to have a favourite...One quiet, caring and gentle (DD) and ones an energetic little man with the cheekiest and funniest personality I've ever seen.

    I don't have a favourite, I love them both equally and differently.
    ^^^ This

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    No favourites here. Like others have said, I love them both equally but also differently.

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    This is something that really worries me, I love ds SO much I cant imagine loving anyone else as much as I love him... To be honest its the main thing holding me back from having another bub.


 

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