You see only children are used to a certain lifestyle that you have to fit in, it takes time and effort to be in an only child’s life.
That said, you may need to work on spontaneity and fighting your natural aversion to risk. you’re probably very social, good at compromise and a bit rebellious.
Embrace a more go-with-the-flow mentality in relationships so you don’t drive your partner crazy with i Cal reminders. Inadvertently tasked with bridging the gap between your older and younger siblings, the middle child is often referred to as the “Type O” of relationships: you go well with anyone.
Turns out that where you fall in your family’s sibling hierarchy can play a pretty significant role in your relationships.
According to William Cane, author of , "birth order explains how sibling rank (firstborn, middleborn, lastborn, only child) affects personality” and how you interact with others, both socially and romantically.
When asked what she wishes her mom would do differently while dating, Rachel, a smart young graduate student, replied, “I wish she would recognize her own impulsivity and emotional rollercoaster.
She does and says things without recognizing that to some extent our whole family is dating this guy.
’ Yes, well, that’s because you were with your boy.” Dating for two is difficult; dating in a crowd is downright complicated.
The kids are engaged, at least on some level, even when you don’t think they are.
(I'm the oldest and can attest to the fact that my younger years make up 80% of my family’s photo albums, and I have two younger siblings.)All that undiluted parental attention also means you like to be in control.