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Many youngest children I have encountered seem to have entitlement issues.They were pampered and believe that the world owes them.They believe that they must always have their way and are oftentimes inconsiderate of others. They can be insufferable.
You're absolutely right and I am embarrassed to admit it, but would rather answer honestly or there's no point. But I was raised back when respect was taught & I have to say that I have adapted well, I just would prefer my own way, usually in deb
Adler has written some excellent articles regarding the birth order scenario. Lucille Forer, back in the 1970s, has written a book on birth order. An excellent, prolific author regarding the birth order experience is Dr. Kevin Leman.
In a "Theories of Personalities" course I took years ago, I was very impressed with how accurate Adler seemed to me in regards to my circumstances and I don't remember who, but I know there were some disagreements. I should refresh and check your ref
I have also written many hubs regarding the birth order scenario. Regarding your oldest brother, many oldest children have the attitude of superiority and know it allness.My mother is the oldest of 10, she believed that she was ALWAYS RIGHT.
I will certainly check the hubs out. I'm curious to see the comparison. Thanks!
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