Best 21 of Only child quotes - MyQuotes
I was by far the youngest of the family, and at times it was like being an only child.
Like Gil, Brian had been raised as an only child by strong women. "It shaped our views of ourselves. We considered ourselves loners, on the outside of society," said Jackson. And the two of them often preferred being alone to being around other people.
An only child is never twelve.
If you have no brothers and sisters it defines you for life; even when you're thirty you refer to yourself as an only child.
I haven't met loads of asshole only children. If you fill a room with all the assholes you know, I bet that most of them have siblings.
I was an only child. I did have kind of like a lonely existence.
I was an only child, but I did have a hell of a lot of cousins.
I was an only child. And it's very much my temperament. I remember playing with a piece of string in my room for hours. I had never thought about what it would be like to have siblings.
Attributing feelings to inanimate things is probably a symptom of only-child-ness. Who else to talk to when the parents fight except walls and banisters and things?
Intuitively, one would assume if you don't grow up with other children you might not learn that easy give and take. What often happens is that there are some only children who act that way, and that stands out more than the only children who seem to get along with others.
I am an only child and home-schooled, so I have no siblings or classmates.
Maynard James Keenan
I think the biggest problem working with me would be that I'm an only child, and so I have an internal dialogue that goes on that I just assume you can hear.
Gratitude and fear can't stand the sight of each other.
I remember that I used to mix with my friends who had brothers and sisters. I was an only child.
The only [child welfare] systems that succeed emphasize family preservation.
Prejudice is taught. If the world were full of only children, it would be a much better place.
I was an only child; I didn't have a sister, or sisters.
It's not only children who grow. Parents do too.
I can't think I had much of a sense of humor as long as I remained the only child. When my brother Edward came along we both became comics, making each other laugh.
I don't know much about only children. I was the middle one of three, and if ever I was alone with mum and dad, it was a rare moment.
Only children tell the whole truth, you know. That's what makes them children.