Originally Posted by Glenmar
I currently have 1 hive stronger then the other. Beekeeping is a little stressful to me. I am worried they will not make it.
lots of things are stressful if you're not experienced yet...
being able to tell that one is not doing as well as the other is part of the reason for having 2 hives - so the method is working! especially helpful if both hives are the same breed of bee (because some breeds area earlier starters and some are faster at build up and some are more conservative in building up... )
now you just need to figure out why.
is your weak hive queen laying? how's her brood pattern? are there pupae? are they putting up supplies at all? what about signs of pests, mites, hive beetles? does the brood look healthy? do the workers look healthy (no deformed wings, no hopping bees that don't fly well)? are there lots of dead bees in the hive or outside the landing area? does it look like they swarmed and you've only got half a hive left? lots of things you can observe here, something should give you a clue as to the problem.
do you have a mentor who could look at the hive with you?