“Birth order is a fact, not a fate”.™ Author Patricia Schudy realized this while interviewing more than 100 oldest daughters, siblings, and spouses about the role of first-born daughters within a family. She repeatedly heard, “I want to know I’m not the only one out there feeling this way.” The book shares personal stories and explores the possibilities for changing birth-order “fate.” The author includes her own experiences along with the results of an online survey of several hundred random family members. At the end of each of ten conversational-style chapters contributing psychologist Dr. Kristin Russell offers self-help suggestions for personal growth and transforming sibling and family relationships. The book cover expresses the joy and the burdens of being an oldest daughter—willingly tethered to her family and forging her own path.”Oldest Daughters: What to know if you are one or have ever been bossed around by one” provides a fresh perspective on family relationships and feminism.
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About the Author
Author Patricia Schudy is former nationally syndicated newspaper columnist (Universal Press Syndicate). More than 200 bylined articles have appeared in regional and national publications including Better Homes and Gardens/Meredith Corp. magazines, the National Catholic Reporter, and the Kansas City STAR. She is a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA), the Northern Colorado Writers Association and Writers Idea Factory, Louisville CO. She is the oldest daughter and oldest child in her family of origin, the mother of five adult children and grandmother of eight. She received a BA degree in English Literature from Mt. St. Scholastica College.
"Relationships" is the underlying theme of her books, blogs and articles. She currently blogs at oldestdaughter.com
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