People from large families have VERY, even EXTREMELY STUPID stereotypes of those from small families. Here's the following:
(1) They're so close to their parents. Yes, people from small families have close relationships w/their parents. In small families, there is interfacing between parents & children which explains why children from small families are advanced intellectually & more adult like. Something that people from large families DON'T have as their parents are parents in name only.
(2) They're.....spoiled. People from small families grow up in socioeconomic affluent surroundings w/ discretionary income beyond the rudiments. They have the monies to pursue intellectual, educational, & yes, cultural activities. They also imbued to have & appreciate the better things of life. People from large families have to make do w/scraps, castoffs, & the rudiments if they have rudiments. They have a poverty mindset & mentality because they grew up in scarcity which they see as normative.
(3) They're like being alone. People from small families are individuals. They like themselves & view being alone as normative. They see being alone as relaxing & empowering. People from large families are used to living & thinking in herds. Being alone is Yakut to them. They must always being w/someone.