Hi there! I’m Hailey Collins.
First of all, I would like to thank you for visiting my site.
I am 22 years old, currently taking up a degree in Psychology. I spend my free time by reading as well as writing. Recently, I got interested in blogs and other internet stuff, so I decided to learn and have a go with it. That’s where I began writing on this blog.
So far, blogging has been very entertaining for me, not to mention fulfilling. I hope that I am not the only one who benefits from my blog. Please feel free and take a look around the site. Hope you find something helpful here. Thanks and have a nice day!
BTW, Comments/Suggestions are very welcome.
You can contact me through: [email protected]
Hello. Thank you for making this website, because it is ONE OF THE ONLY sites out there that ACTUALLY AFFIRMS Middle Child Syndrome, whereas the rest of the world VEHEMENTLY denies and minimizes our experience, our suffering, our pain, our sorrows, our stories, our very selves. Thank you for affirming us! Please don’t take this site down so others in the future can see it! May they be blessed by it, and finally gain understanding and perhaps even a sense of hope–at the very least camaraderie. Thank you. Know that you are doing good work!
I thank you for sharing your thought with this blog and for creating this site.
I’m also 22 yrs old, somehow a lady. I hope we could be friends that whenever I encounter my personality when triggered, I could to talk to you and ask for your advice or supervision. I trust in you and hope I could het positive feedback from you.
Thank you so much! By the way I’m from the Philippines 🙂
Good luck to your studies and as well as your future career path!
Parents should just go on and say there favorite child middle children always know who is. The first born is a try hard, the youngest is spoiled completely and the middle child is… Nothing well guess what parentes gives us some freaking attention for a change! We’ll have are time
Hi, my name is Jordan and I’m not a normal “middle child”. My older sibling is very passive and he alienates himself from the family. Would that make me inherit the traits of the “oldest child”? I find myself being a strange blend between the two. I’m very shy and keep to myself but I have more friends than my older brother. Is there a possibility that our roles as brothers could have shifted. Although I may have a low self-esteem (I like to make fun of myself), I am more outgoing than my brother. Do you have an answer? Thanks!
Question to ALL, who here has facebook?
I’m still considering joining facebook.
by then its old.lolz
This is the first blog I’ve written on since myspace.
Hello Hailey Collins, Very interesting site blog!
how do you feel about doing this?
You get to read all of ours misery story.
I hope you’ll get the good the bad story.
The up and the down.
=Best of the both world.
BTW I like your icon.
My wife introduce me to this Blog by showing me insignificant story of others that I can relate to.
I hope all well and end well.
To you, me, and all of us.
Best=Good Luck on your degree, I hope You’ll be successful. With plam hand in hand.
Have a great day!
I want to say Thank You for making this blog! It really helped me with being the middle child. It sucks, but there are perks to being the middle child!
Thank you again for this blog, it really helps.
What school do you go to?
Hi, my name is daniel, 20 years old and I’m from Argentina. I too am the middle child from a korean family. I am the only one who used to aspire to be a film director or a visual artist, but I didn’t have the will enough to pursue it. My dad used to keep telling me that I was going to end up on the streets (especially in Argentina, where is hard to live as an artist), so I kinda lost that passion I used to have when I was fifteen. Right now, I really don’t know what to do with my life. Since I was little I was always oriented to the arts (music, animation, visual arts), but at this moment, I lost my identity and I don’t know who I am and have no self esteem at all, hehe. I can’t even get the driver’s license because of it.
Aaaanyway, go Mid-childs! Wohooo! 🙂
Great blog, by the way.
Hi Daniel! It seems you’re a very nice man, not to mention young and talented. I really suggest you pursue your talent since you’re very comfortable with it. Identity crisis happens to everybody. I mean you’re so young, you have a great future ahead of you. Try something new and maybe you’ll find out what to do. You have a lot of time so enjoy your youth! – hailey