Sheerluxe asked the following question… “Parents may profess not to, but having a favourite child is definitely a thing – studies have shown both mothers and fathers harbour preferential feelings for one of their children. But is having a favourite really all that bad? And is there a reason parents feel more strongly about a particular child?”
Annette was asked for her expert opinion on this very poignant question.
“A favoured child develops less of the essential life skills as they are often shielded, over-protected and many things are done for them in their early life.” Says Annette