Birth Order Traits – Do I have to be affected?

Still glooming over your unlucky fate?

You shouldn’t be! Being a middle child is not only all cons, middle children are also known for their determination and passion. Here is a short list of famous middle children: Bill Gates, Madonna, Donald Trump, Princess Diana, etc. After hearing these big names, there is simply no excuse for you to be depressed.

So what can you do to move on?

First, forget about the past. Do not always bring back sad and painful memories. Instead, think of joyful memories in your childhood. Build on these thoughts and try to live a happy life.

Second, start with yourself. Do not expect everyone to immediately change to fit your needs. You should be the first to show them that you have changed. Try to show them that you care, and you will be rewarded a hundredfold.

Lastly, always put God in the center of your life. He is always there, always looking after you. Begin each day by praying, thanking God for all the gifts you have received from Him.

After following these guidelines, all you have to do is wait and you will see that everything and everyone around you will soon begin to change.

“The more difficulties one has to encounter, within and without, the more significant and the higher in inspiration his life will be.”

Horace Bushnell

2 thoughts on “Birth Order Traits – Do I have to be affected?

  1. I cant tell u how relieving it is to know that there are more people out there like me who had gone through what i had gone through n understands the insecurities of being the left out, the emptiness that gnaws within at d slightest provocation of a coincidential or intentional event. It becomes a serious unattended issue in other parts of life as well bcoz u.tend to relate to every life situation with the same lens.but,its not d end n its defenitly not ur fault tat u were born 2nd /middle. Joke here is that i once had my mom complaining to me that i spend a whole lot of my time for my friends , n i cut short them to finger counting numbers so that i can pay more attentiom to my family n be there. But the scenario doesnt change with that does it ? U become all d more dependent on their non existent attention. Back to square one. But slowly i guess, u learn to let go, d way i do now, not fighting for the attention. A phase then comes which says,”dont give a damn” Thr is a stubborness that envelopes u tat says i will not compete for attention.if it is their to give, they can. If not, i dont want it. N u move on.not falling for mimics behind your back. Would rather say hurt to the extend that even if u want to care for them, u cant. D love that had been extended to mk bridges over the onslaught of ganging up n mimicing from behind has been always laughed at or taken advantage on that u refuse to bend anymore.
    Just ignore n move on with life priorities. When u become more successful than ur siblings, d table automatically ur it.!

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