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But it isn’t just only child women — it’s men just the same.Read the whole thing, and if you don’t like it, then don’t read the sequel. Anything less than that, and you’re discriminating without knowing the full picture. 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.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.Hi Evan, Before I got married 10 years ago (now recently divorced) I had and just recently have had ‘coffee dates’ of at least a dozen to two dozen (no exaggeration) with only-child women. I actually have seen it in non-dating situations (groups, friends, etc.) of lack of interest or inquisitiveness about almost anything in social situations.The same personality trait in all of them can be found when I meet them: They rarely ever ask any questions, show little interest or just passing curiosity about me, even just to fake it. Additionally, if I don’t keep up the conversation by being interested with questions about them it becomes dead silence. Not a sentence comes out that requires a question mark. Before I got married I had a few hundred coffee dates over many years. I can recount all of them because they are glaring in my mind and consistent. Is there any anecdotal evidence to suggest a strong correlation of only child and almost a self-centeredness or just plain lack of social interest in other people? Thanks, Steven Dear Steven, I usually don’t get to talk like this, so I’m going to relish the moment: You’re wrong.Not all parents are great parents, and most children are devil incarnates — the relationship between parents and their children can be… When people don’t have siblings, their earliest friendships are often with their parents.Or rather, their first attempts at friendship are with their parents.