Older children are worse drivers than younger siblings
Who thinks the first-born are always the most the family will be surprised by this news.
The study was conducted by Privilege Car Insurance with 1395 drivers and revealed that 89% of the first-borns exceed speed limits, 35% have already been fined and 47% have a habit of cutting other drivers while driving. In addition, 17% of the older children confessed to having already made up their makeup in traffic and 30% had used the phone during the course.
At the opposite end of the research are the younger siblings. According to the study, 42% claimed they had already cut other drivers while driving and 31% claimed to have already taken traffic tickets.
But the big surprise came from the one-time child. This is because while collective thinking is that they are more selfish, only 36% have claimed to have already cut another driver in traffic.
"Family, family: dad, mom, auntie". The verse of Titans' music exemplifies the common and considered normal model of what a family is. Educated and cohabiting children with the biological father and mother, however, is not the only possible and satisfactory path for the full development of a human being.
Precocious puberty occurs when the child's body begins to develop signs typical of puberty but before the age considered normal. In most cases, this occurs when girls begin to show breast growth before age eight or when boys begin to have testicles enlarged before age 9. Another condition associated with early puberty is that in stage, there is also an increase in the speed of growth and, when puberty starts very early, the child's final height may be impaired.