What are the 10 ways that only children are more independent and inner directed than children
who have siblings in terms of academic achievement and later career success?
I doubt it has to do with being an only child versus a child with siblings. An only child grows up with adults but may not be more independent, depending on how the child was raised. The eldest child with siblings may be more independent because the child grew up taking care of the younger siblings.
Only children are taught to be adults early; they have adult models, not other children to emulate. They also interface w/parents more than children w/siblings who primarily interact w/ each other, only learning childlike behaviors & vocabularie
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