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by Meri Wallace
ALinda Beck, Indian Valley . Meri Wallace is a kind writer, focused on the essentials, and on results. I love the scripts for good words we can all use with each other, instead of the habitual ones that may most easily (and destructively) come to our lips first. A book that should be on every family's reference shelf.
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is director of the Heights Center for Adult and Child Development. She is the author of Keys to Parenting Your Four Year Old and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Here I am, a middle-aged woman with no biological children, yet I find the information Meri Wallace presents so clearly and calmly useful
Here I am, a middle-aged woman with no biological children, yet I find the information Meri Wallace presents so clearly and calmly useful. It's news I can use as I reflect on my own childhood relationships with my two siblings and my parents, or as I consider my neices and nephews and other children in my life.
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None of their accomplishments seem original. Their siblings have already learned to talk, read, and ride a bike.
Some of it has to do with the way the parent relates to the child in his position, and some of it actually happens because of the spot position. Each position has unique challenges," she explains. Firstborn Personality Traits. None of their accomplishments seem original.
Birth order has a powerful effect on children's emotional development, on their self-esteem, and on their sense of well-being. The youngest child, the firstborn, the middleborn, twins, and the only child all have specific birth order issues that, if not atted to early on, can impair their functioning and their interpersonal relations at home and at school, and can follow them into adulthood. Parental birth order, too, plays an important role, as do such other factors as gender and family size. To understand these birth order blues, the author, an expert in parent-child relationships, first raises parents' awareness of the impact of birth order upon children. She then shows how to identify their children's birth order problems, often disguised by behaviors such as underachievement or aggression, and suggests how they can resolve these issues and prevent negative behavioral patterns from developing.