Dr Kevin Leman joins The Difference to discuss why birth order matters. The first child is the one parents practice on, the one parents worry about the most. The second born (and subsequent children) have buffers between them and their parents, called siblings. The first born might pair off with the third or fourth born; as the years pass, parents lighten up. What does birth order mean for each child, and what each might become as an adult?

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