The Eldest Daughter Effect
How Firstborn Women--like Oprah Winfrey, Sheryl Sandberg, JK Rowling and Beyoncé--harness Their StrengthsBook - 2016
Firstborns Lisette Schuitemaker and Wies Enthoven set out to discover the big five qualities that characterize all eldest daughters to some degree. Eldest daughters are responsible, dutiful, thoughtful, expeditious and caring. Firstborns are more intelligent than their siblings, more proficient verbally and more motivated to perform. Yet at the same time they seriously doubt that they are good enough. Being an eldest daughter can have certain advantages, but the overbearing sense of responsibility often gets in the way. Parents may worry about their 'difficult' eldest girl who wants to be perfect in everything she does whilst her siblings may not always understand her. The Eldest Daughter Effect shows how firstborn girls become who they are and offers insights that can give them more freedom to move. Parents with a firstborn daughter will gather invaluable tips on how to raise their eldest daughter and her siblings.
Publisher: Scotland :, Findhorn Press,, 
Branch Call Number: 155.924 S385e 2016
Characteristics: 192 pages ; 23 cm