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So, when I would visit them a few times a year, I was the "middle." (A "part-time" middler.) And, then back to being a full-time, abused, lonely "only" for the majority of the year.

5) At age 18 my step-mother and father had an accidental child and then planned a second child.

Some Japanese kindergarteners are divided by blood type, and apparently the Japanese Olympic gold medal softball team used blood type to customize the players' training.

Dating services in Japan use it which I agree may be a marketing tool, but employers adopt blood type theory as well when interviewing potential employees (ignoring potential legal problems).

Burt told me that, "the gene in question could be found in anyone (where at least one biological parent had the gene as well), regardless of birth order." For sake of argument, it is highly probable that Sulloway's risk-taking youngest child, could then be the middle child or oldest if he or she has the required gene. Aren't we harassing only children and the youngest child, putting too much pressure on our eldest, for instance, with unsavory birth order labels that just won't go away?

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If you are an O, you're classified as stubborn and ABs are said to be unpredictable.Your blood type can influence your sex life; Japan has condom dispensing machines (see photo) with slot designations for type A, B, O, or AB buyers.Beyond the obvious medical implications, your blood type could also be very significant in determining whom you date and how happy you are-that is if you live in Japan.Genetics play a role as well; we know that the propensity toward shyness is genetic. Sulloway reported that only children are the "least predictable subgroup..tend to be more variable than individuals with siblings." In other words, you can't peg an only child this way or that, but most people still do.In her study of popularity among college students, Alexandra Burt, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University found that the most popular students turned out to be the ones with a particular form of a serotonin gene that was also associated with rule-breaking behavior. and birth order, but I'll save that for another time. The Japanese have coined a phrase, "bura-hara." It means blood type harassment.

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