I know many of you with siblings envy not being the only child. I wanted to hear a perspective of people with siblings. Is it really that bad? Am I missing anything of growing up the only child? My husband has a brother and my best friend has a sister. From what I hear, it's not much different, but I can't help but wonder what it's like on the "other side". It's not true I was "spoiled" by being the only child. My parents were quite restrictive in terms of what I needed. They did not spoil me with gifts, toys and clothes. I have no problem to share things with others. The only problem is that I turned out emotionally needy. I want a lot of personal attention from both my husband and my best friend. Tell me what you think.. I wanna hear some opinions.
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