THE MOMENT WE BEGIN TO THINK SOMEONE is better than we are, or inferior, we set ourselves up for less-than-happy feelings. I remember the overwhelming anger I felt when I was ten after something happened at home that confirmed, in my mind, what I had felt for some time—that my parents favored my younger brother.
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