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Why did Cinderella's stepmother treat her so badly?

What could be the explication for Tremaine's behaivor?
Is she the perfect copy of her parents, like their reflection in the mirror? Maybe she was traumatizated by some events.
At the beginning of the movie, we saw Cinderella's father along with his daughter without Anastasia and Drizella.
Could this be the answer? Was mrs / lady Tremaine jealous on the attention received by Cinderella? Or she couldn't love her because they were related just by "a paper"?

What is your opinion?
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Why did Cinderella's stepmother treat her so badly?
 MaryMarie posted over a year ago
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Tippany said:
I would say it's mainly because Cinderella isn't related to her, so she probably didn't even bother much.
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posted over a year ago 
sherlocked88 said:
It may be a mixture of both, actually. She probably didn't care for her since they weren't related and also she was jealous of the love his husband had for her step - daughter. She knew she had an special place in his heart and she just couldn't bear that it was not her.
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MaryZaki said:
She was jealous of her.
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She was jealous of her.
posted over a year ago 
Silverrose1991 said:
She saw Cinderella as a danger to her plans of marrying Drizella and Anastasia to well-off husbands. After all, Cinderella is more graceful, charming and conventionally attractive than her stepsisters. I also see her as a haughty woman who thinks its her right to belittle those whom she sees as being beneath her.

Besides that, she was bankrupt and needed Cinderella do to the work around the house and wait on her hand and foot.
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posted over a year ago 
23-soman said:
How did the fairy godmother help Cinderella go to the ball?
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posted 10 months ago 
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