Birth Order: What Your Position in the Family Really Tells You about Your Character
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Birth Order: What Your Position in the Family Really Tells You about Your Character

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On the basis of over 25 years' clinical experience and psychological research, Linda Blair reveals how your birth order position, as well as the spacing between you and your siblings and the sex of your siblings, impact your childhood, your adult life, and your relationships.
Paperback, 193 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Piatkus Books
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Noura Al-Thani

This book is fantastic! I love it! It made me think differently about birth orders. Linda Blair is fantastic the book isn't a boring one that would use hard words that you wouldn't understand it is simple and informative. It has case studies where she discuss some of her patients cases. I love the idea of it even in her other books that I'm reading right now called Straight Talking she introduced some of her patients problems. I recommend Birth Positions to everyone. I'm truly happy that I've r

I didn't go out and buy this book, but was given it by a friend after a discussion about people's characteristics.
It was very easy to read and I liked that you could just read about one particular birth order if you wanted.
I learned a lot from reading this and it helped me understand some characteristics I had noticed in people.
I would recommend this to parents - it may help with rearing kids in different birth orders!
Best wel interessant om te lezen hoe je karakter beïnvloed wordt door je plaats in het gezin. Bij vele kenmerken van het enig kind gingen er belletjes rinkelen...
Interesting book, especially as I see my daughters grow and develop their own personalities.
Not what I was looking for in a book about birth order.
3.5/5 -- very interesting stuff!
Birth Order is an intersting book.
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