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11 Methods of Upbringing That Create a Huge Gap Between Kids and Parents

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gender stereotypes is a thing. I have a brother and sometimes I feel just straight up angry about the attitude of my family towards him and me.
As a girl, they have always demanded me to do everything: cooking, cleaning, taking care of others from the family. If I messed up, everyone got mad at me, but he could not do a thing and no one would even blame him. Straight up frustrating.
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2 months ago
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my parents were always strict bout my studies and my grades. If I didn't get the highest one, they would not get happy. They wouldn't get angry either but just said "yeah, but it's not the highest". I had a really low self-esteem because of it and always had a feeling I'm not good enough..
Bow I don't care about it so much anymore, and managed to get in a good relationships with my parents. But I still think it was not needed to behave this way..
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when I put on some weight the first one who my parents talked to was me myself. They wanted to point out that I needed to start looking after myself more and just get healthier. They never blamed me or discussed it with anyone else.
Thanks, mom and dad :)
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