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It’s been hard for me to learn over time that it’s OK to let someone take care of me every once in a while.3. I was also reassured time and time again that I was amazing, compataible, beautiful, strong, smart, awesome … In a relationship, I’ll need someone who tells me those things and who dotes on me. Even if it’ll take a hell of a man to put up with my sass, independence, need for reassurance, and my over-analysis of, well, everything. She started her popular dating blog, Confessions of a Love Addict, after one too many terrible dates with tall, emotionally unavailable men (her personal weakness) and is now developing a book about it, represented by the James Fitzgerald Agency.

I promise to always return the compliments, though.4. Some folks could probably care less if their family approves of the person they date, but for me it’s .

That youngest kids are going to remain the babies in the family?

And if so, what would any of this have to do with dating and relationships?

No matter how much we love you, we have times that we feel like we might have expressed too much and need to take it back. We never had siblings to completely be raw with, where we could ugly cry and stain their clothes with our tears and never even think twice about it.

That can also spill onto physical comforting, we might be bad at it and give you the awkward hand rub or pat on the shoulder, but that never means that we don't care.

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.

It wasn’t until I was older that I truly realized the special pros and cons of being an only child. From a young age, my parents forced me to make choices.

Even as simple as "Choose between these outfits" in elementary school; they wanted me to be able to choose things for myself.

Our childhoods influence our adult selves immensely.

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.