The distinct traits associated with different birth orders, some of which are outlined in 2003 study in Human Nature, can serve as a gauge for whether or not two people will make a good match.
(Fun fact: first born/only children make up more than half of all US Presidents.) The downside?
That said, you may need to work on spontaneity and fighting your natural aversion to risk. you’re probably very social, good at compromise and a bit rebellious.
Embrace a more go-with-the-flow mentality in relationships so you don’t drive your partner crazy with i Cal reminders. Inadvertently tasked with bridging the gap between your older and younger siblings, the middle child is often referred to as the “Type O” of relationships: you go well with anyone.
Leman says that is because there's an opposites-attract thing going on.
The firstborn is more Type A, and teaches the lastborn little things about organisation, whereas the lastborn helps keep the atmosphere light and reminds the firstborn not to take everything so seriously.First-born Brad Pitt and last-born Angelina Jolie show complement each other However, there’s another far quicker way to find out whether your match is made in heaven. Each of these birth-order positions has specific characteristics.