Which BIRTH ORDER is the MOST AT EASE w/adults, actually enjoying adult company over the
company of other children whom this birth order finds to be quite annoying, immature, &/or even noisome in scope?
Usually the firstborn. The firstborn is often treated as a little adult by parents because they are the oldest and enlisted to aid parents caring for the siblings.
Oldest siblings from large families either come out loving children and wanting to replicate how they grew up or a one and done mentality.
Oldest children aren't comfortable w/adults, it is the only child because h/she grew up in an adult environment. Also oldest children because they had to raise siblings ARE THE LEAST likely to have large families, they endured enough HELL already!
Only children are the most at ease & most comfortable w/ adults. This is, of course, natural. Only children grow up around adults. Also their primary interactors are adults. As a result of primarily interacting & interfacing w/adults, only children are extremely comfortable w/adults. Many only children even believe that they are on par w/adults.
Only children aren't afraid of adults. They have an equality w/adults that children w/siblings don't have. In fact, only children have a confidence w/adults while children w/siblings have a timidity w/ adults as the latter has mostly dealt w/children. Only children view adults as humans, not someone magical.
Because only children grew up in an adult environment, they find children to be quite insufferable, if not backwards & immature. Only children find it taxing to interface w/children unless it is other only children. Only children find children w/siblings to be totally childish, if not juvenile, even uncivilized with the pettiness usually associated w/children.
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