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Only one child is more content than those with siblings because they don't have to fight for parental attention, according to a British study. Thirty one percent of children said they were hit, kicked or pushed "a lot" or "a lot" by siblings, almost a third of teenagers said they were known as "notoriety," 10 percent said their belongings had been taken by their brothers and sisters, and 90 percent said they had been involved in some form of activity, according to a survey of British family life The number shows that only children are happier because they get all the attention of their parents and don't have to fight for praise or help. "If I wasn't an only child, I would never have been an actor because my parents would never have let me be a family star at the expense of another child," Portman said "According to anecdotes, sibling fights can increase parental pressure.
Some people simply give up intervention or inconsistent intervention, leaving a wide space for the bullying siblings," said Dieter Volcker, a professor at Warwick University.
My sister is one year older than me and we have lived in the same room since I was. We're close, but we've been fighting, and we've never had a serious fight. I don't remember why we quarreled, but they were always for small things, sometimes just because I used a special word, or maybe it was just because my sister gave my teddy bear a hug.
I'm not happy about that. We don't treat our fights as games. I think it's OK for children to fight with their brothers and sisters.
Now I'm a teenager and even think they are sweet memories, sharing and serious, because fighting, especially teddy bears, is perfect.