Growing up firstborn: the pressure and privilege of being number one
The firstborn in every family has unmistakable traits that help him or her in life--or make life harder. If you're married to one, you know that a firstborn can be relied on... or can be a real nitpicker. If you work with one, you know they can be tough taskmasters. And if you are one, you know that everybody always expects you to do everything. Perfectly. Now you can learn how to: Alter destructive family patterns, let go of sibling rivalry, succeed in your career by overcoming your need to do everyone's job for them, and sidestep the snares of parenting a firstborn with wit and warmth. Dr. Kevin Leman, best-selling author and authority on birth order, shows us the significance of being firstborn in every aspect of our lives and helps us deal with the pressures and privileges ofGrowing Up Firstborn.
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Review: Growing Up FirstbornUser Review - Judie - Goodreads
I am not sure I liked this book because it was like a trip down memory lane for me. It was not new information, but it's always good to reinforce things you know that are important. I am a big believer in birth order and how it affects family dynamics. Read full review
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