Darrell Sifford, an only child himself, has drawn from countless case studies and interviewed a wide range of psychologists to come up with a unique picture of the only child. He asks:
This is the first warm, personal, and enormously helpful exploration of what it really means to grow up without siblings. It will leave only children feeling very good about themselves.
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"A wonderful blend of personal sharing and the wisdom of experts." -- --Harold S. Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
"Finally here's an author who understands the only child and gives the only child a fair shake." -- --Dr. Kevin Leman, author of The Birth Order Book
Although quite different from Ellen Peck's The Joy of the Only Child , "the text doesn't add substantially to information on the subject," said PW of Sifford's report on what he learned from interviews with only children and their intimates.
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