Birth order personality dating
I have found that middle children typically will throw their first-born spouses a bone once in a while without letting them know how they really feel.Some practical suggestions for first borns married to middles include: Born Plus Last Born Equals Bliss (Usually) According to one study of three thousand families, the odds for a happy marriage increase a great deal when the first born hooks up with the last born.For example, she taught me that girls don't like being approached by a bunch of boys who are show-offs--pushing each other, talking loudly, and doing stupid things that guys often do.Sally also told me girls want a guy who is tender, understanding, and a listener, who realizes manners have not gone out of style.According to the researchers, the best possible match you can find is the first-born female and the last-born male.I took no part in this research so I can't be accused of making this claim because that happens to be the match Sande, my first-born wife, and I have. First-born females are often mothering types and last-born males often need mothering.Also, I'm going to fix different things for dinner. You owe that much to yourself and to our children--if you want to be the good role model you keep talking about." I said: "Okay, I'll try to do better, but you have to promise me that you'll serve only canned peas and corn--no frozen peas!" Learning to pick up my clothes and eating different foods was just a start as Cubby Bear learned how to grow up and become Papa Bear.
So one day while Sande and I were having lunch with him, I asked, "Jim, if there was one bit of advice you could give me, what would it be?
Marrying in your own birth order can lead to problems, so the question is, What is the best combination for a happy marriage?
From my own counseling experience, I draw this general guideline: For a happy marriage, find someone as opposite from your birth order as possible.
She said: "Look, I want to be your wife, not your mother.
You learn to pick up your own clothes and put them where they belong.