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CHAPTER 2-B - CELEBRATE THEIR DIFFERENCES

Birth Order Affects Personalities

On top of the different personality types, the birth order of our children also affects their personalities.

IN A NUTSHELL:
An awareness of the stereotype first-born, middle-born, youngest syndromes and the realization that our children did not choose their position in the family enable us to balance the expectations from each child and apply the appropriate parenting style to compensate for the inherent consequences of their position in the family.

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I'm sure you recalled some of your own experiences growing up as a first born, middle-born or bunso. You may want to share these stories with us. You may also want to share how you raise your own first-born, middle-born and youngest together with some tips. Please post your comments and stories below.

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Guest

I guess finding useful, reliable information on the intrenet isn't hopeless after all.

Sep 28, 2012 / 08:44 am
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A wonderful job. Super helpful information.

Aug 03, 2011 / 03:31 am
Rita Santos

My oldest seems to take his role as the leader in the family. But I will also remember what you said that we parents should not overburden our first born because he did not choose to be born first.

Dec 21, 2010 / 10:49 pm
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