Might be. There is a lot of speculation on conduct regarding birth order or the amount of brothers/sisters, also the place each person has there. It's all pure statistics but... a lot of that seems to me undeniable regarding many things I've seen.Does Birth order play a role in relationships?
I've noticed some of the women I've spoken or had an interest in me were the eldest in their family. I'm the youngest in my family.
Oh ok. That's interesting. I read about quasi - only child last year. I think I'm a quasi - only child. So I'm a quasi younger only child because I have a age gap between my siblings which is more than six years. Lol I read quasi only children are selfish . Sometimes I can be.Hmm I have wondered this too.
I will say its hard for me personally to tell myself, I was in an odd family in regards to that dynamic. I was the middle when my parents were married was the typical "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha" (lol to be fair my parents had both said they were hardest on me) As a young child both my siblings were from different other parents. My dad had my eldest sister in a separate marriage. My parents had me together but then separated for like 3 years, when my mom conceived my baby sis with another guy, but then eventually got back together with my dad. So both my sisters left all the time and had other people impressing them when they left for the weekends and my parents often indulged their love to win favor between the other homes. (Again not in my head my parents acknowledged this when I grew up that they were hardest on me because I was right there in front of them and they felt they had more to prove to my other sisters leaving the home in and out every weekend). So anyways was the middle and eldest as a young child. Middle when eldest sis was around and the eldest during most weekdays. My dad and mother were both hard as hell on me. My eldest sis they often spoiled a lot because she lived primarily with a terrible mother and didn't want her to rebel ever from punishments and wanted her to want to be there, my baby sis was ironically not my dads biological child but his favorite (they thrift shopped and hoarded together lol). Anyways I would say my place was almost taken forgranted with my parents because they were trying to prove much more to the two people leaving often and I was just there expected to be grateful, lol. My sisters resented that I was the one that had my parents together (lol yeah the one to witness most of their partying and fights too as they were often gone at other parents).
Anyhoo yeah when my parents divorced then I was suddenly the eldest and youngest depending at which home I was at.
I would say tho I primarily grew up the eldest sibling tho. But yeah I was still the baby to my eldest sis and my dad once my parents split on weekends, but my day to day life was usually the eldest child most frequent.
Anyways so you heard a bit of my story. That said tho I have seen eldest children that really take on a responsible role, but I have also seen eldest children that are spoiled. It seems to highly depend on the family, the dynamic, and the gaps in years with children.
My eldest daughters dad was by far the most favored child in his family, and he received the most emotional support and spoiling being the eldest child.
While my youngest daughters dad was the baby of his family and he was the one that received the most spoiling and emotional support.
Lol which is why I look for the grown child more like myself now that was not the most privileged child of their family. So anyways it really depends on the family. I am not sure that I think that automatically a baby of a family is always the most babied for example, as I have seen some babies of family not be babied. It depends greatly. All I know is that after my two most serious relationships being with either the eldest or youngest but both being the most favored or emotionally or finiancially spoiled children of the family I avoid those types. I don't want the baby of the family whether they are the eldest or the youngest or middle is not what makes them the baby of the family.