She received her Masters in Social Work from Hunter College in 2006, and works with clients to empower them to change their circumstances and their lives.
I would still want to play and mess around, but I had sisters.
Only children will spend a lot of time on their lonesome.
When you don’t have any brothers or sisters to play, learn and share with, you build yourself an ego -- an ego that is too often reinforced by parents raising an only child.
It’s easy to spoil an only child; it’s much more affordable.
Fairs and movies are more neutral settings and should be less of an issue.
Our childhoods influence our adult selves immensely.
When he or she needs space, he or she will take it.
When you basically spend your entire childhood in a house with only adults -- who you couldn’t possibly relate to -- you tend to direct your focus inwards and on yourself.
And what do we like to do when we’re alone and hit puberty? I always imagined women experimenting with masturbation and sex at a much later age than men.
Experience has taught me, however, that the exact opposite often proves to be true.
Some parents get along incredibly well with their children, building strong bonds and a healthy level of trust. I dated an only child, who had a great relationship with her father but a horrible one with her mother.