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Growing Up Firstborn: The Pressure and Privilege of Being Number One
Growing Up Firstborn The Pressure and Privilege of Being Number One
Author: Kevin Leman
ISBN-13: 9780385297691
ISBN-10: 0385297696
Publication Date: 10/1/1989
Pages: 280
Rating:
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4.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Delacorte
Book Type: Hardcover
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If you have an older sibling or siblings, this will explain the dynamics of the special relationship between the birth orders.
Or, if you are the oldest, it will clarify the decisions you've made in life. These theories are logical and fun to read!
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This is an excellent book.Are you the first born, are you every organized. Do you straighten up even in public.DR Lehman sister Sally is number1 and he mention how even in public she straightens things up. Yes, I am a firstborn.Today in the Doctor's office.I read magazines while I waited laid them down and had to straighten them before I Left. Dis you know any only child is a first born and If you are the second child you area first born if the oldest child is the opposite sex or if you are born 5 years after the sibling before you.I see a lot of myself in this book.I recommend reading because the author tells you the characteristics of other Children In your family as well. A most interesting read.