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Sibling help! - September 21st 2012, 09:01 AM

Okay, so I have two little sisters and an older brother.
I'm not worried about my relationship with my brother, since he acts just like the average annoying 16 year old, but my sisters seem to hate me.
They are aged 8 and 11, and they always play together, share their own room, and even go to the same school (since they're still in primary). They never let me do their hair or anything, yet they always do it on each other.
My littlest sister always argues with my parents, and has frustration at school. I don't know if this is a more serious issue, but I'm not sure where else to post it. I'm pretty sure that my 11 year old sister will mature with age (she still plays with dolls, which I have no problem with, actually I'm quite glad), and my mum wants me to share a room with her, as she doesn't want my youngest sister's influence on her, but I won't until she hits puberty. What can I do to bond with both of my sisters without making one feel left out?
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Re: Sibling help! - September 21st 2012, 02:05 PM

To not make the other one feel left out is...talk to your two little sisters about that you like to play with both of them and tell or show them how much you love them all the same. Play dollies, sports, go shopping with them, do stuff they would like to do.
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