The study of siblings and their role in the family dynamics has been an interesting topic for discussion. Also, interesting is the topic of siblings who are bound by parents, environment and even hereditary traits, have no real similarities. The ways in which they think and behave are as far apart as the earth is to the moon. The question many siblings ask themselves when acknowledging their brother or sister behavior is: how can we even be related? These and other questions can be answered in the Birth Order and Parenting e-book.
Based off of Alfred Adler’s writings, Birth Order and Siblings is a 36 page handy resource for students studying the siblings and the birth order theory. It’s also filled with information from multiple studies to help parents of siblings with issues such as jealousy, bullying and verbal abuse.
Table of Contents
Birth Order Theory
Birth Order Personalities – The Only Child
Birth Order Personality – Oldest Child
Birth Order Personalities – Second Child
Birth Order Personalities – Middle Child
Birth Order Personalities – Youngest Child
The Bully Victim and Bystander Personalities
Bullying Between Siblings
Parenting - Nature vs. Nurture
Middle Child Syndrome
Siblings and Verbal Abuse
Jealousy Between Siblings
Sexism in the Household
Birth Order and Parenting explores the sibling life as well as the difficulties an only child faces. Also, (my favorite topic) is addressed in Parenting – Nature vs. Nurture. Are we dominated by our innate character traits or do our environment control who we become? Are we born bullies or made into bullies?
For only $2.99 US you get the convenience of an organized guide in a downloadable e-book!
Think you know the basics about sibling personalities? Just for fun, take the Birth Order Quiz!