Is it possible for parents to love all thier childrens equally ???

India
January 4, 2007 6:17am CST
I don't think so.I think a small difference will be there.
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• India
8 Jan 07
Why do you say so? Every parent will surely and must love all their children equally. There is absolutely no doubt about it. If you are a parent, my sincere advice to you is, never ever love one of your child more than the other. Children are quick to notice the changes in a parents attitude. Never make your child feel not been loved.
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• United States
4 Jan 07
I believe it is possible for parents to love their children equally. I don't see how someone couldn't for the simple reason that it could possibly be playing favoritism between the two, which in the end may make the other feel left out a bit if his/her sibling is getting more attention than he/she is or getting more things without hardly an effort while the other has to really work to get things. So I find that if they were not loved equally it would cause major problems within the family.
@mcarps79 (1262)
• Uganda
4 Jan 07
its not a mathematics dear it shud be but u know chota hamesha pyara hota haii......... bhagwan ne pyar ke bich me methematics nahi dala .....nahi to wahan bhi adami ganit laga leta.....
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@deebomb (15322)
• United States
8 Jan 07
loving one's children - loving each for himself
Yes you can love all yoour children equally. Each child is different. therefore you love each one differently. that does not mean unequally. and as they get older you treat each one differently fitting their personality. So yes you can love each one with the same amount of love.