Birth Order

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Birth Order
DeQuarious Peterson
Bethune Cookman University

Although a person’s identity is affected by many different aspects, such as genetics, family proportion, and the sex of other siblings, education and guidance, birth order serves a very important part and gives us knowledge as to why people are the way they are today . There are also other factors that impact each sibling such as circumstances that include the citizens of neighborhood, and job salary of their parents. Emotional stability plays a large role in the development of each child.

Also well-adjusted parents, their career, and parental experiences. For instance, The decade and country or state you were born in and the economy of that country as well plays an important part. These factors can determine what type of person that child will become. In a large part, gender and birth order determine how you family members react and treat you. It also determines how you behave towards other individuals and your family.

Additionally, the child who never loses their parents whole hearted attention can only be described as a first born. They are commonly bold, accountable and outgoing. They frequently have an intense sense of right and wrong. Only children seem to be intelligible, precocious, and remain in control of things. Although they appear to have many accomplishments, they regularly have a hard time enjoying them.

Only children are often labeled as apathetic, stingy, spoiled, and a bit arrogant because the only child does not have siblings to share with. Despite the fact that they are used to getting what they want, they are amidst the top achievers in every area of avocation. In addition to all of these factors, to prevent desolation, they tend to cling to one close friend at a time, yet things seem to be more convenient for them when their alone. Some may have to force themselves into communicative situations and can be timid when meeting new people. Then again, many desire to be a part of a group. The fundamental idea is that only children are not used to dealing with the intricacies of other human beings. Only children often know that their position in the family is assured to them no matter what and are commonly considered special and precious to their parents. Since parents do not often admit their faults or say sorry, only children frequently find it difficult to forgive themselves and do not learn to apologize.
Only children will be more likely to marry first borns or other only children. Generally, they have a hard time being parents because they do not have experience in dealing with younger children in the family. Only children are more than likely to have one child or not have children at all. On the other hand, some want to have several children to "make up" for their own secluded childhood.

However, when they do have children they often encourage them to have their own time and space. This comes from parents being overbearing during early stages of childhood. Therefore, First born children can be described as a perfectionist. They tend to be over achievers, dependable, vigilant, organized, judgmental, solemn, and intellectual, self- assured, accommodating and caring. The first born is typically the success story in the family and they are