Many of us have heard sayings about birth order, and how it impacts the characters of the children in the family. But most of us has taken it as a just old belief. Now research has proved it to be true.
Each child in a family exhibits some very individual traits; however, many first born children, middle children, and youngest children will each exhibit some birth-order traits.
First born children quickly learn how to please their parents becoming conscientious, organized and reliable.
Middle children avoid being boxed in and have a more go-with-the-flow attitude than their older siblings. They tend to be unbiased and levelheaded and are good at negotiations between the siblings
The youngest child usually receives the least discipline, the fewest responsibilities, and the biggest audience.They learn that being funny and adorable gains attention and approval.
Finally, the only child. These children are typically mature for their age due to time spent with adults. Many are high achievers, with a few rebelling and following their own path.