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Teen asks if she was wrong to expose aunt for having a favorite kid.

Teen asks if she was wrong to expose aunt for having a favorite kid.

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Ideally, no one would pick favorites when it comes to their own kids. In the very least, if a parent feels more connected to one child, they would choose to keep that feeling tucked far away from the eyes and ears of everyone else.

Watching someone you love get treated like a second fiddle by their own parent can be equal parts saddening and infuriating, and calling it out can be a tricky task for many reasons. For starters, people who feel comfortable putting one kid on a pedestal while mistreating another tend to be masters of denial and manipulation, secondly, finding the right time and place to call it out can be difficult.

In a recent post on the Am I The A**hole subreddit, a teenager asked if she was wrong for calling out her aunt for favoritism at an extended family dinner.

AITA for pointing out my aunt has a favorite kid at a family dinner?​​​​​

OP kicked off the post by sharing that her Aunt Mara has always prioritized her 9-year-old Lara over her 13-year-old daughter Reese.

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