The Only Child

The Only Child

How to Survive Being One

Book - 1994
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Addressing the advantages and disadvantages of being an only child, this consideration discusses how growing up in a single-child family affects a child's attitudes, relationships, and future. The study draws on the experiences of a wide range of children without siblings, exploring the difficulties they are faced with and how, as adults, they have learned to cope with these problems. At a time when couples are increasingly limiting their families to one son or daughter, this survey answers a pressing and growing need, making it essential for any parent or partner of an only child.

Publisher: London : Souvenir Press, 1994
ISBN: 9780285631489
0285631489
Branch Call Number: ANF 155.442 PITK
Characteristics: 276 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Emerson, David

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