Common Characteristics of a Middle Child (and what to do if they're struggling in school)
Today is Middle Child Day and we thought we'd share some of the common characteristics of middle children and how it might influence their personalities and relationships.
According to Healthline, middle children:
... have personalities that are often overhshadowed by older or younger siblings
... are likely to be quiet and even-tempered because their personality has been "dulled down" by their siblings
... may struggle to feel equal to their siblings in parental relationships
... may become the "peacemaker" in the family
... may not feel as special as the oldest child or youngest child
Of course, these are generalizations and every child will be different based on their circumstances. But if you're noticing that your middle child is avoiding or struggling in school, a Brain Skills Assessment may help determine if some of your child's cognitive skills aren't as strong as they could be. The assessment is affordable and only takes about an hour. The results will give you insight into which skills could benefit from a personal brain training program, which is designed to target and train cognitive skills.
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