Bill Gates, Kim Kardashian, and Abraham Lincoln. They all have something surprising in common.
1. Middle infants stand for truth, justice, and even more justice.
According to Katrin Schumann, co-author of “The Secret Power of Middle Children, ” middles are justice-seekers. She said in Psychology Today that m
Parents tend to place a lot of expectations on the firstborn, especially when it is necessary to academic and professional achievement. When parental attention get divided among multiple infants, middles tend to lose out. But that’s not always a bad thing.
Catherine Salmon, Schumann’s co-author, told NPR “In a certain way, they’re free to find out what they genuinely are good at on their own period and in their own way, and then excel at that.”
But that’s because experts are ultimately taking notification. In a 2010 its consideration of over 200 birth-order studies, researchers found that “second-born infants are largely ignored in the research literature.” Ouch. Adding insult to injury, the research gap may have a lot to do with the fact that many of the researchers themselves are first-born.
But any group that includes Chris Hemsworth, Warren Buffett, Barbara Walters, and Britney Spears has a lot to be happy about.
Rise up, middle infants! Today is your day, you justice-seeking, sexually adventurous free spirits. Continue to make the world a wild and wonderful place.
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