i need to find a way to explain to my daughter that she is the oldest and needs to look out for her 4 yr old brother. I dont know if she is jelouse of him since he does get a lot of attention like i mentioned on my profile, he is a 4 yr old who was born with malformation to his left leg a syndrome called Parks Weber, she complaines that we dont love her, but just a s daimyan my son she gets everthing she wants. She is been difficult at times. I dont know what to tell her anymore to reasure her that we love her.
pls help me i need some light here!!!
Asked by Anonymous at 2:56 PM on Nov. 11, 2009 in General Parenting
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Sounds like she feels unappreciated and neglected. I would encourage her by noticing when she is helping and watching out for her brother. Tell her. Also make time for Daughter time. Time that is all about her, one on one time with one or both of you. I bet if you did this in a week or so she would be helping out more and back to her usual self.
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