Family Birth Order

Does anyone in your family ever told you that you were too authoritarian? Ever wondered why you struggle to affirm yourself? If this type of question has crossed your mind, and remain with no answer, because there are some reasons beyond ... Various personality traits can often result in birth order within the family.
Indeed the order in which you were born has a huge impact on your personality. The researchers were able to identify several characteristics of seniors, cadets, juniors and only children.
First Borns
The elder tends to be a perfectionist. The parents are his primary source of influence. At his birth "New Parents" try to do everything correctly and with caution to rise their firsr born child, which makes him be totally selfconfident!
First borns generally interact well with adults. They tend to be conservative, dominant, want to be in control and are often worried. With their sense of responsibility and diligence, seniors are convinced to be more competent than others. They excel in all areas, they are hard workers, elegant and brilliant.
Some traits of the eldest:
Motivated, conscientious, dominant, careful, reliable, perfectionist, accomplished leader, authoritarian, responsible.
Middle Borns
The Middle Borns already has a brother or sister, implying that elders have the responsibility, in addition to parents. At the time of the birth of the middle borns, parents are generally more relaxed and less nervous in terms of education and "parenting".
Unlike the older, the younger does not tend towards perfectionism, he looks for ways to gain recognition and can be very creative about the way to draw attention ... The younger feels neglected and often think that it does not receive enough attention. On the other hand, the last borns are versatile, rebellious, creative and adapt easily. They are good friends and are very social.
Some of the middle borns character traits:
Sociable, can be rebellious, feels aloof, peacemaker, quickly adapts, independent, middle, nice.
The Last Borns
Upon arrival, the youngest finds parents "relax" and very experienced! He gets a lot of attention and is often treated as "cute." Juniors are creative when it comes to charming others.
The last borns grows at his own pace, with a free spirit and sense of adventure. He tends to take risks and crunches the life to the fullest!. In other words, they do not get things with the same enthusiasm.
Some traits of the last borns:
Manipulative, attention seeking, self-centered, sociable, charming, outgoing, simple, fun.
The only child
Very sensitive to criticism, the single child has the same character traits of first born. In the case of only child, these traits are intensified because he does not live with other children. All attention is directed toward him, contributing to his perfectionism and determination.
The only child is often very comfortable with adults and the elderly, and is used to being the center of attention. He seeks the approval, focuses on details and has difficulty relaxing ... These characteristics sometimes interfere with personal happiness in their life, even if the one-child is harvesting great success professionally.
Some traits of the only child:
Confident, conscientious, responsible, perfectionist, center of attention, seeking approval, sensitive, mature for his age, leader.
The adopted child
The birth order does not matter for him, but his place in the adoptive family will largely determine the personality traits.
How to explain such marked traits?
The factors that influence each of traits can be derived from the nature of the parent-child relationship, and between siblings, and how this plays out in the family dynamic.
According to Frank Sulloway, a professor at the Institute of Personality and Social Research at the University of Berkeley, people use their birth order to give meaning to their lives. He says the environment and the combination of non-identical genes are the two key elements that contribute to differences in personality and character in siblings.

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