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25 Funny Tweets About Being A Middle Child
"Middle children had FOMO before it was cool."
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10 Ways Siblings Make You A Happier, Healthier And Better Person
Even when they get on your nerves.
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What Your Birth Order Can Tell You About Your Love Life
Birth order experts share how oldest, middle, youngest and only children love differently.
The Unexpected Benefits Of Being The Middle Child
Author of the Breakup Doctor series from Henery Press, and clo...
August 12 is National Middle Child Day--a dilemma for those of us in the center of our families: We're not often used to having the spotlight on us.
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6 Science-Backed Signs You're An Older Brother
Basically, you're winning at life.
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5 Science-Backed Reasons Youngest Children Win At Life
Being the baby of the bunch has its perks.
My Oldest Is the Big-Sister Example, But She's Still a Little Kid
Jennifer S. White
Writing, blogging, hoppy ale drinking, stay-at-home-yoga mama ...
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If You're A Middle Child, You'll Love These Stories
You lived in hand-me-downs.
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5 Research-Backed Reasons Eldest Children Are The Best
But we're sure your mom still loves you all equally.
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16 Signs You’re The Youngest Child
You might be the baby, but you've learned a thing or two.
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Here's Proof Only Children Aren't Actually Spoiled Brats
Not all of them are Veruca Salts.
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Birth Order Might Not Be Such An Important Indicator After All
New research suggests you shouldn't put too much stock in birth order stereotypes.
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Birth Order Determines Personality? It's A Myth
By Professor Nick Haslam, University of Melbourne, The Conversation
Here's what we do know.
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How Birth Order Impacts Your Eyesight
By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Live Science
First-born kids are more likely to be nearsighted.
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