My one and only: the special experience of the only child
Today, for the baby-boomers who want it all, the one-child family is an increasingly attractive option. McGrath, an only child herself, examines the stereotypes about only children and reveals some of their special advantages.
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Review: My One and Only: The Special Experience of the Only ChildUser Review - Goodreads
As an only child, I enjoyed this book. I was able to reflect on my life while reading this book and glad I wasn't alone in how I felt.
Review: My One and Only: The Special Experience of the Only ChildUser Review - Miranda - Goodreads
This book was slightly redundant and very opinionated though the author kept trying to pass everything off as factual. I did not learn anything from the book really, as with everything else, there cannot be broad generalizations about being an only child. Read full review
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