Perhaps it is a cultural thing, a feature of the behaviour of a certain generation, but there are parents who tend not to treat their children as individuals.
They see what they want to see and will judge their children together. They may even go on to judge their children in the same way as adults. But we must all be allowed to be individuals. When we treat people as individuals, we’ll always see people as individuals.
We must be judged individually for ourselves and by our own actions. Walking in our own shoes isn’t easy, let alone walking in our own shoes when our parents constantly judge us in the same way they judge our siblings. Not only is that hard, but it also puts a rift between us, our siblings, our parents and us.