• 'Middle child syndrome' isn't what you think - here's what it really means

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    You may have heard of "middle child syndrome."
    But the idea they are "forgotten" isn't grounded in much real science.
    Middleborns tend to be less parent-oriented, but are close to their siblings.
    They're also great partners, able to get along with many different people and less likely to cheat.
    Surprisingly, less attention from parents doesn't make middleborns resentful.
    You've probably heard the term "middle child syndrome" before. In fact, you may even have been accused of having it. It's the belief that children who are born with both older and younger siblings are resentful because...
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