Adult child who deal with parental favoritism sometimes make things worse by not treating them in a healthy way. All relationships are different and being the underdog is not a dynamic that is the fault of most or least favorite. Most parents try to treat their children equally, but there are different personalities and interests that make parents relate in different ways.
Avoid retaliatory behavior
In situations of parental favoritism, you’re not the only victim. The person receiving favoritism is too. Children who have grown as favorites tend to be less emotionally mature and have more difficulty forming healthy relationships. Instead of revenge against the favorite, fosters a relationship with him. Probably need to talk as much as you, and I have more in common than you think.
Rate yourself accurately
No evaluate your merit as the opinions of others; assesses your strengths and weaknesses objectively. Evaluate yourself accurately help keep you involved with predatory groups, as often happens with people seeking approval when they have been victims of favoritism. Also, do not try to become overachiever to “prove” that you are worthy of being the favorite of your parents. Suffering for favoritism has less to do with you than with your parents.
In favoritism, unfair things can happen. If you see injustice, do not let pass in silence. Speech and mentions injustice. Possibly the father does not realize what he’s doing. After mentions the clear injustice and calmly, not should pound on that or put yourself moving. Your purpose in mentioning it is to help the father to grow and no download. The adult child who receives favoritism should also be objective enough to be honest when you see injustice. As a recipient of them, you can simply reject encourage the father to reconsider his favoritism.
There are psychological ramifications for children and adults who deal with favoritism. Some of these difficulties may be long term or affect your quality of life. Instead of exploding with rage and feel hurt, get help from a therapist or talk to a sympathetic friend. Healthy friendships and relationships help people deal with favoritism to find approval. They can encourage you so you can see your worth and not succumb to the opinions of others.