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Or maybe it’s because I experienced all four appointments myself: I was an only child for three years, until remarriage bestowed me with an older brother; then I was the youngest for three, until the birth of my sister; then I was the middle for eight, until the untimely passing of my brother; then from age 14 on, I’ve been the oldest. ” According to psychologists, the birth-order position you hold for the longest in your family is the one you typically most identify with, so even though the first 14 years of my life weren’t spent as a Firstborn, I’ve held that role for 25 years now.
Whether this qualifies me as multi-personality or empathetic or a good candidate for politics/used car sales is up for debate, but that game of sibling checkers paved the way for a keen interest in how where we fall in our family affects us in life, and especially, relationships. So, like it or not, I’ve become pretty organized (read: anal) and prompt (read: anal) and particular (read: neurotic).
Our childhoods influence our adult selves immensely.
People are very particular with how much time they want to spend with the person they are seeing.
Of my many obsessions (HBO’s Girls, neon Crocs, kale, Kentucky basketball, and Peacock Punk — just to name a bewildering few) I can’t get enough of birth order.
Maybe it’s because my father was one of three boys and my mother was one of three girls, and, as a child, I was able to witness the very real and fascinating phenomenon of oldest, middle, youngest.
‘First-borns will always rule,’ says Leman, who has often appeared on Oprah, The View and many other TV talk shows.
Various studies have shown that first-borns are two to three times more likely than last-borns to become CEOs.
She always wants to make her partner happy — to make sure what’s being said about her is really positive and affirms her place as their favorite.