Experience has taught me, however, that the exact opposite often proves to be true.What this does mean is that you have a partner who knows how to enjoy his or herself during sex -- should make it better for the both of you.These only children rely on their parents for much longer than average, often never being able to psychologically detach themselves from that dependency.When there are siblings involved, there’s a bit of a cushion between parent and child.They have a need for attention, and if they can’t get it by making friends, they find other ways to get it.Everybody likes a bit of attention, but only children tend to crave it more.But it isn’t just only child women -- it’s men just the same.Only children can be difficult people to date, but at the same time, the relationship can prove to be incredibly rewarding. Which can be both great and terrible at the same time.
The way we’re raised, by whom we’re raised and with whom we’re raised makes all the difference. Personally, I have sisters, but I have dated several only-child women, and I have to say… They have a distinct combination of a need for independence and dependence that I haven’t encountered anywhere else.
This will of course vary depending on upbringing and, of course, bodily chemistry, but think about it; if you don’t have any brothers, you’re more likely to get time alone…
And what do we like to do when we’re alone and hit puberty? I always imagined women experimenting with masturbation and sex at a much later age than men.
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.
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.