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Despite hating winter (I get cold easily), I have so much time for Christmas. I will suffer through November and December for Christmas really is the most wonderful time of the year (after summer…).

The myth of the “peculiar” only child originated in the late 19th century, when a psychologist surveyed more than 1,000 kids (only 46 of whom were only children) and sibling-free children more likely to be “ugly, poorly behaved, and stupid.” Unforunately, this stereotype for more than 100 years, despite plenty of evidence to the contrary—including that found only children have no disadvantage when it comes to social skills. Let’s be real: has odd traits and habits, but growing up sans sibli

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While other kids were watching TV with their siblings during dinner parties, I was sitting at the table talking with my parents’ friends. As a result of socializing with older people from a young age, I grew up being very comfortable around adults, which has helped me out a lot in school and the working world. As Pickhardt , only children tend to be “comfortable dealing with adult authorities” and more obedient, since we see ourselves on a similar level as authority figures.I think being an only child

What this tells me right of the bat is this: There’s for us all! (Even for a curmudgeon like me who reacts to the idea of spending time trying to accentuate the positive with a growl.)

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