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    Quote Originally Posted by Freesia View Post
    @Aleria and @yeghor I like the graphics. I think one of them crossed my dashboard on tumblr the other day
    Thanks...Wish I knew it in my teens...

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    past college.
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    I was talking about adulthood, maturity may never come.
    Yes, our brain is not fully grown until we are about 22.

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    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

    Ahhh.

    Oh wow.

    Sorry. *wipes tear*

    For everyone else 28, for me, never.

    Terrible things happen to good people every day.
    Consequentially, I am not one of the good people.
    I am one of the terrible things.
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    Conclusion: Dinosaurs


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    We are mature when we can have reciprocal relationships and good reality contact.

    If this is true, there are so many of us who are not mature.

    So some think there is a cultural imperative to keep us immature so we can be more easily controlled.

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    I think I'm seeing a few different "adulthood" points in my life. First would be legal adulthood at 18... and the semi-independence of college, since I was still mostly supported by my parents. Then college graduation at 22 and entering the "real world". Getting my own place and becoming financially independent shortly thereater. And then I'm looking forward to finishing school and starting a career, and hopefully getting married and having children. Maybe it's less some clear dividing line and more like milestones along a winding, sometimes looping path.

    I do like the new term "Emerging Adulthood" that has arisen in life development/psychology fields to describe the post-adolescent, pre-independent person, usually encompassing 18-25 but could easily last into the early 30s.

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    When you outgrow your man tits.
    (On that note, I am still a boy)

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    I think adulthood is a hoax.
    Childhood is a hoax.
    Obsessively segregating people into age groups since birth is bad jubjub.
    "The unconscious mind should be called the super-conconsious mind."

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    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    I don't think I will ever reach adulthood. I feel like there will always be things I am too young to understand. I'm very childlike in many ways and I just don't see myself ever catching up. I'm really unsure how I'd define adulthood. When I was a kid I thought adulthood meant you knew the answer to everything...lol.
    "Dad I can't feel my legs."

    "That's because you don't have any arms."

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