The Birth Order Effect: How to Better Understand Yourself and Others

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Adams Media, 2002 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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A revolutionary new system for understanding birth order -- featuring a remarkable new birth order quiz!

Whether we're the first born, last born, or somewhere in the middle, our birth order -- and how we view our place in the family -- can tell us much about who we are and how we interact with those around us. In The Birth Order Effect, Cliff Isaacson shows us how to find our true place in the family structure, and how to use this important information in creating better relationships with those around us.

The Birth Order Effect represents a new and revolutionary way of thinking about birth order. More important, this book enables readers to go beyond theory and put into practice what they learn.

Special features:

-- Profiles of five comprehensive birth categories

-- A simple test that pinpoints true birth order personality

-- A look at factors that influence true birth order, such as divorce, adoption, blended families, and large age gaps between siblings

The Birth Order Effect, the most up-to-date book on this very popular subject, will have readers immediately using the results to gain a better understanding of themselves and others.

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The Birth Order Effect: How to Better Understand Yourself and Others

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Drawing on his experiences as a minister, counselor, and parent, Isaacson has devised a theory for understanding oneself and others called the Birth Order Effect. The theory hinges on five ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nicholewebbgmail.com Webb - Goodreads

Amazing insight! I've learned a lot about why I am the way I am. This is a lot different than birth order books that analyze your chronological birth order. I'm going to order the book for couples next. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Kris Radish is the bestselling author of four novels, The Elegant Gathering of White Snows," "Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn, Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral," "and" "The Sunday List of Dreams," "She lives in Wisconsin, where she writes two nationally syndicated columns each week and is at work on her sixth novel, "The Poetry of Emma's Salvation,"

"From the Hardcover edition.

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