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Now, a fascinating new book explains the factor that exerts the most powerful influence on us all is the order in which we’re born.Here, in an intriguing extract, clinical psychologist Linda Blair reveals it’s not just your character that’s affected by birth order - but your career and relationships, too. You don’t know much about him yet - but there’s a powerful attraction and you’ve agreed to meet again.Last-borns who are passionate about their own beliefs may clash with the type of conventional first-born who insists on setting all the house rules.Among the most difficult partnerships are those between two first-borns.First borns are leaders,” said the 64-year old author of 32 books, including “The Birth Order Book.” When you talk marriages of first borns that is two sheep butting heads for territorial rights. Babies of families, they are the little schnookies.It’s a bad match.” It’s all in the math, apparently. They are the playful ones who always got away with murder.

Indeed, a growing number of psychological ­studies show that birth positions have a strong effect on character.Birth order, however, is only one ­important piece of the puzzle.A ­person’s character will also be affected by other events in early life - such as parents divorcing, or if there was wider abuse in the house, or constantly moving home.If you’re both highly competitive, conflict is very likely when both of you want to be in charge.These matches can work well ­­- but only if each partner ­genuinely respects the qualities of the other, and at least one of them expresses his/her desire to lead and dominate somewhere outside the relationship.“This has been studied very well from a psychological standpoint.