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Dilemma of the eldest

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Aqsa Kidwai

on 5 January 2016

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Why I chose this?
Dilemma of the eldest
By: Aqsa Kidwai
“The middle one is difficult, the youngest is spoiled, and the eldest
is bossy.”
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Something I learned, about the eldest child is, that, as the eldest child in my family, my family doesn't understand me, nor will they ever understand me, unless they study this, which would only happen when pigs would begin to fly. That I will have to live under expectations, unless someone wants to get to know me psychologically. It also explained why I do certain things, unintentionally, just to get my parents attention.

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(
Wit
, 2001)
What did
you learn today?
You got an A-?!?
My Teddy
Self esteem and confidence will suffer…

Myth:The eldest child gets the most responsibilities.
Myth is true

Quality of leading others
May cause bossiness and controlling
If things don't go their way, they might
become angry.. beause their parents
did the same.

Adler suggested that eldest children are most likely to suffer from neuroticism and feelings of excessive responsibility. Eldest children, Adler said, are more likely than later-borns to grow up to become alcoholics and substance abusers, and even criminals.
BIASED
Discussion
1. Get into pairs
2. The one on the left is the younger sibling
3. The one the right is the eldest sibling
4. I will be the parent, you must follow my orders
5. The younger sibling: drop a pencil
6. Eldest siblings, could you please pick it up for me?
7. Repeat
8. Repeat
9. Repeat
10. Eldest siblings:
How did that feel?
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