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The Secret Power of Middle Children: How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities

The Secret Power of Middle Children: How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities By Catherine Salmon Katrin Schumann The Secret Power of Middle Children How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities The Secret Power of Middle Children How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities

  • Title: The Secret Power of Middle Children: How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities
  • Author: Catherine Salmon Katrin Schumann
  • ISBN: 9781594630804
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Secret Power of Middle Children: How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities By Catherine Salmon Katrin Schumann The Secret Power of Middle Children How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities
    The Secret Power of Middle Children: How Middleborns Can Harness Their Unexpected and RemarkableAbilities By Catherine Salmon Katrin Schumann

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    1. Scott Lupo on said:

      What an interesting book I ve only read a little about birth order studies in the past and this book basically summarizes those studies and adds some new information in an easy to read format I m a middle child and I can honestly say this book pretty much describes me to a tee Unfortunately, none of the secret powers are superpowers I was so hoping I could read people s minds or something But seriously, there is some great information about how birth order affects an individual s upbringing The [...]

    2. Elizabeth on said:

      A fascinating collection of research and anecdotes delving into the oft neglected and misunderstood world of the middle child A lot of birth order researchers have previously focused on first and last born, so this researcher, Catherine Salmon, felt compelled to investigate and write about the middle child At times, it felt the author was manipulating her display of statistics in order to prove her point, rather than the other way around She frequently cites stats like 52 percent of US President [...]

    3. Shavawn Berry on said:

      As a middle child, I found the information in this book rather fascinating I especially enjoyed seeing how much impact middle children have had as leaders, artists, creators, innovators I was also surprised to see the connection between my empathic nature and being middleborn It is apparently a common trait in middle children It also saddened me to realize that all of these great qualities may go away as families shrink to just one or two children A thoughtful book on an often overlooked subject [...]

    4. Darlene Hull on said:

      Very interesting I love wearing the badge of having middle child syndrome when it can get me some sympathy from my parents jazz joking but I found some of the insights in here quite true and empowering Her comments on how the world might be affected by the lack of middle children was also rather interesting A great read if you have a middle child, are married to a middle child, or if you are a middle child.

    5. Brian on said:

      This book examines how the experiences of middle children during their formative years may serve as excellent preparation for certain situations in adult life Many of the assertions will not come as a surprise, but it is useful to read about them all together in one book At times, the chapters felt like they were rehashing points already made, but it wasn t enough repetition to turn me off of reading the book all the way through.The author backs up some claims with studies, and others with anecd [...]

    6. Hayley on said:

      I would have rated this book less than one star if possible.Catherine Salmon speaks in such broad generalities about birth order and personality that I cannot take this book seriously There is a bibliography but no footnotes So, for instance, when Salmon make the sweeping statement that parents of middle children don t often think of these children as distinct and capable, we don t know what has led her to this conclusion She tells us that younger mothers are likely than older mothers to kill t [...]

    7. Robbin on said:

      My interest in birth order developed because I kept noticing similarities between people that were of the same birth order I am a middle born 2 older and 2 younger sisters so my curiosity was spiked when I found this book The author convinced me birth order has influence over your entire life from interaction with siblings and parents, handling of intimate relationships, to parenting The real life examples of very famous middle borns like Abraham Lincoln added impact and understanding.I not only [...]

    8. Maria McGrath on said:

      I picked this up off the library shelves, and the proud and thrilled expression on the faces of my son and my in laws was worth it, but the psychological insights seemed a little too broad like a horoscope and applicable to just about anyone I ve read that sketch of permissive, authoritarian, and authoritative parenting in dozens of books, usually done a bit better The thing that really blows the book out of the water, though, is that her choice to demonstrate the superior negotiating styles of [...]

    9. Trulie on said:

      This book was really interesting I don t always self identify myself as a middle child Even though I m the 2nd of 7, I am the oldest girl and so I often classify myself as an oldest child along with my brother But, I found this book really insightful I feel like I do have a better understanding of my personality both strengths and weaknesses after reading it If you re a middle child or are involved with a middle child in some way spouse, children, friend, etc , I think you d find it insightful a [...]

    10. Beverly Ho on said:

      Overall, the context resonated with me I didn t read it page by page but would read it in details when the topic seemed interesting I am a middle child The book highlighted the traits of middle child, and why and when they are great traits I had a few aha moments I would recommend this book if you are interested in personalities I agree with the author that the birth order affects us strongly on how we see the world and handle difficult situations.

    11. Ann on said:

      some interesting family dynamic studies i d very much like to have Salmon and Susan Cain, the author of Quiet The Power of Introverts in a World That Can t Stop Talking collaborate Would be very curious about the likelihood of middles being introverts middles are definitely outer directed, but i know some very quiet not shy middles.

    12. Angela on said:

      This is groundbreaking work noting the special skills middle children acquire as peacemakers, negotiators and people who are willing and able to quickly adapt in social situations Middle children have long needed a platform, and have found that through performance, whether musically, through acting or on the speech circuit.

    13. Tonya on said:

      This book was an interesting look at middle children As a middle, I related well to the concepts in this book, and I liked the stories about middle s contributions to society in general It was worth reading.

    14. Monica on said:

      I couldn t finish this book To put a lot of emphasis on birth order seems silly after you read the six factors, with multiple sub factors, that can affect birth order Maybe this book would be helpful to parents while raising their children, but I just couldn t stick with the book.

    15. Elisabeth on said:

      Heard an interview with the authors on NPR, where middles called in to share This book is quite interesting My husband is a middle, we have two middle children, and I can definitely see how each of them fit the middle personality.

    16. Andrew Hull on said:

      Very interesting book on the dynamics of family and birth order Provided both research findings, implications of these findings, and recommendations for addressing and utilizing the strengths and weaknesses of middle children.

    17. Lucy Briggs on said:

      Cat recommends because of NPR story Note for middles, a bit of parental neglect isn t always a bad thing.

    18. Curt on said:

      Loved it Lots of good insights on birth order and personality traits Some of it was applicable to my experiences, some of it missed the mark, but overall it was a good read.

    19. Emily on said:

      Loved the fascinating data and stories in this book about middle children I never really thought about how my personality and life has been partly shaped by my middle born status.

    20. Hope on said:

      I won a copy through the Firstreads program I m not a middle child, but I entered to win this for my sister who is I m sure she ll enjoy

    21. Jaime on said:

      Really good insite into the psychology of birth orders and why certain people have distinct characteristics.

    22. Gunjan Yogendra on said:

      Accidentally stumbled upon Eye opener for me, a good start to read if you want to understand birth order research read and then view the world with this perspective, but with a pinch of salt.

    23. Mary on said:

      Mostly skimmed it Was good but a little too scientific repetitive for me.

    24. Lisa on said:

      I received this book free through a giveaway This was an interesting read I have 3 children and my middle child is definitley a treat I got a new insight on how to handle her

    25. Sanju on said:

      I found it boring Lost interest Maybe it will be interesting another time.

    26. Austin on said:

      Interesting read that despite the author s PhD leaned pop psychology and self help than hard science at times.

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