Dating a middle child

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They are sensitive to injustices and much less self-centered than their siblings (first born and last born), which allows them to maintain successful relationships.

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I spoke to a few middle born adults and asked if they would have preferred being a first born.

While they all loved the idea of receiving special treatment from their parents, they still all believed that being a middle kid was hard but in a good way.

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The feelings of being ignored and forgotten are the foundation of what is known as the Middle Child Syndrome.

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