The Birth Order Effect: How to Better Understand Yourself and Others

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Adams Media, 2002 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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Whether you are first born, last born, or somewhere in the middle, birth order - and how we view our place in the family - can tell us much about who we are and how we interact with others. In The Birth Order Effect, Isaacson shows us how to find our true place and how to use this important information in creating better relationships with those around us. Special features: Profiles five comprehensive birth categories; Looks at factors that influence true birth order, such as divorce, adoption, blended families, and large age gaps between siblings; New test pinpointing true birth order personality

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Review: The Birth Order Effect: How to Better Understand Yourself and Others

User Review  - Nicholewebbgmail.com Webb - Goodreads

Amazing insight! I've learned a lot about why I am the way I am. This is a lot different than birth order books that analyze your chronological birth order. I'm going to order the book for couples next. Read full review

Review: The Birth Order Effect: How to Better Understand Yourself and Others

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

The first born has less need to connect than a second born who competes for attention while third born is eager to please and fourth born works hard for respect. Fifth born starts the cycle all over again. ...seems pretty accurate Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Kris Radish is the bestselling author of four novels, The Elegant Gathering of White Snows," "Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn, Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral," "and" "The Sunday List of Dreams," "She lives in Wisconsin, where she writes two nationally syndicated columns each week and is at work on her sixth novel, "The Poetry of Emma's Salvation,"

"From the Hardcover edition.

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