What makes only children in general to be nicer, kinder, truer, & more amiable children than
children who grow up in multichild families? Only children tend to be warmer & friendlier children. They also interface well with other children. They are not into game playing like children w/siblings are. Children w/siblings are more into one-upmanship games & other forms of power play towards other children. They also tend to engage in manipulative behaviors w/other children. They are furthermore likely to engage in fighting, bullying, & related behaviors.
Probably because their behavior didn't develop out of the need to compete for attention, approval and resources.
This is so true. They also never have to deal into the drama called siblings. They basically have their emotional, psychological, & even psychic needs met & then some. Children w/siblings seldom have their needs met & also they must CO
I agree. In my view, it all seems to follow Maslow's hierarchy of needs. When basic survival needs are met, plus the higher needs of love and acceptance, human beings are able to get to the level of self-actualization in the world.
Exactly, only children have the utmost of attention & resources. They are free to be their authentic selves as they will be loved regardless. They are also free to develop their BEST selves.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 11 months ago
What is the FIRST thing that comes to mind when you hear the words...............ONLY CHILD?
by jagandelight 11 months ago
Do you think an only child is better off more than they are with siblings?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What are the 7 sterling qualities that only children possess that children in multichild familiesDON'T and WILL NEVER possess?
by Jeremy Gill 3 years ago
What do you consider as an "ideal" number of children to raise?
by jon smith 5 years ago
Is an only child always a lonely child?
by NiaG 2 years ago
Or if you had siblings did you wish you were an only child?
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