Rivalry. It’s competing with another person or group of people who are trying to do the same thing and trying to do it better. (I got this from wikipedia, thank you very much).
Most of the time, rivalry starts at home and usually its as simple as kids trying to get the attention of a parent. I think that is normal. Especially if kids were born not too far apart. Kids are kids.
I also think that we do not lose our competitiveness as we grow older. In trying to find our place in this world, definitely we would be trying to do our best in everything we do. It’s no surprise that there are other people who are doing the same things.
Right now, I see a lot of people doing the team vs. team thing. Best example would be Team Aniston vs. Team Jolie. IMO, there is no competition! I don’t think Aniston is trying to win back Brad Pitt and Jolie already has him, so what’s the problem? LOL. Sorry, I am Team Aniston.
Rivalries add spark and spice in our lives. Especially if its about show business and/or politics. Although too much of anything is bad. I think people should know when to stop particularly those who are not directly involved in the issue.
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