Question: Is the youngest child the most attractive?

Is the youngest child always the most attractive?

Additionally, oldest and middle children are often attracted to a last-born child, according to psychologist Kevin Lemans The New Birth Order Book. Basically, everyone can get along with the youngest child.

Is the youngest child the most successful?

In a 2007 survey of 1,582 chief executives, 43% reported that they are the first born. Another, smaller survey revealed that first-borns are 55% more likely than the rest of the population to be founders of companies or organizations.

Why Being the youngest child is the best?

Being the youngest child is the best because they get perks that the older sibling(s) didnt have. They also get more attention from their parents when their older sibling(s) go to college. The youngest sibling is spoiled because they are the parents last “baby” in the house so they often get whatever they want.

Is the youngest child the most loved?

Most parents would claim that they do not have a favourite child, but a new study – conducted by more than 1,000 parents across websites Mumsnet and Gransnet– begs to differ. The survey concluded that parents tend to favour their youngest child over the elder.

Is it better to be older or younger sibling?

For instance, researchers found that first-born children tend to be more effective leaders than their younger siblings. Having said, that, the first-born is also usually not as healthy as his or her siblings. The oldest child has a higher risk of developing high blood pressure than their little brothers and sisters.

Do parents prefer their first born?

Most parents have a favourite child, and its probably the eldest, according to researchers. A study conducted at the University of California shows that out of 768 parents surveyed, 70 per cent of mothers and 74 per cent of fathers admitted to having a favourite child.

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