What environmental factors makes YOUNGEST children the MOST SELFISH of all birth orders? Why are youngest children so selfish & entitled?
When I was raised in the 50s and 60s and our family were poor. Still we had house paid for and saving accounts. We had no debts of student loads, mortgages and national debt. No credit card debt we medical or Auto debt like most families.
Today most opposite , because kids today since the world war 2 are in the worst winter cycle of a economy and social crisis by far. Even within my boomer life cycle.
Believe me these kids are smarter and tougher and they are the ones who will be force to change this most horrible cycle.
I'm rolling in the floor, laughing. My experience is that middle children are the most selfish. Yes, the youngest might feel more entitled. They are usually pampered by other siblings and parents, until a little older than the others were. But selfish? My experience is they are more giving, since they were taught that, by example, by their family.
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