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    2003- Present Master & Commander of Elizabeth Ink. Elizabeth and her team focus on Digital Marketing Strategy with resources for SEO, Content Writing, Graphic Design, Social Media and more. Check us out today www.elizabethink.net

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    Digital Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Content Writer, SEO Strategy, Graphic Design, Networking Mastermind, Speaker, Keeping 2 children alive and fed, Laundry goddess, Gluten-free cook

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    Elizabeth Orley
    Ohio, United States Digital Marketing Business Owner, Household Engineer, Gluten Free Master & Mogul Global Ambassador

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    Since I have four children I know how hard it is to treat each child exactly the same, and by that I mean in the $$ category. Sometimes a parent may realise that children are like night and day, and that one will fall flat where another of your children will rise and shine in any circumstance. I do think it is wise to speak to your parents and share feelings. Try not to resent your sister, your relationship is important. I would talk to your parents.

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    Elizabeth Orley
    Ohio, United States Digital Marketing Business Owner, Household Engineer, Gluten Free Master & Mogul Global Ambassador

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    I understand you very well. That's exactly how my mom feels about my elder sister. Although it's a different scenario. I think the best choice would be to support her. Instead of going "Didn't you think of doing that 3 years ago?" with the under the table work, perhaps you should go "Yea I think that's a good idea." Sort of like supporting her at every step. No matter how slow and short it may be. I mean that's what moms do right? Or at least what we expect out of moms. I most certainly do as a teen of 18. And I do most certainly expect it out of my best friend, and myself to do as one too. I hope that made sense.

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