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    I forgot about this thread, it didn't get many responses last time around.

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    I've always been old in terms of what I perceived and gleaned out of life, but I'm always going to be young in how I position myself to life.
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    Voted yes.. not only do I feel young, I feel immature. I think I'm stuck this way.

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    I'd like to think I am young at heart. I'd define young at heart as playfulness, creativity, lack of self imposed boundaries, openness to experience. And age and maturity as giving some understanding of the reality of the world and how to adapt in it.

    That's what I'd see as ideals.

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    I voted yes. I am still young though. So my vote wouldn't mean much. I wonder whether I would feel the same when I am 60 years old?

    Probably would.

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    Yes.

    I have a curiosity that needs to constantly be fed. I have an inner child that goes crazy every now and again. I still feel like i am 14 with the whole world ahead of me (i wish that were true, my knee hurts when i walk up the stairs). I consider myself to be naive because i still believe people are genuinely nice and everyone deserves a second chance even though experience has shown that people will fuck you over at a given opportunity. I see things even though i've seem over the last 32 years but i notice something has changed about it or maybe my perception towards it has changed so it looks better .. Meh.
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    Hm...I think I'd like to say I feel old at heart, but young at mind.

    Which is just a convoluted way of saying what @Jennifer said a few posts up.

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    Yes, I'm downright childlike in some ways, and people often think I'm younger than I am ...possibly due to my enthusiasm and continued pursuit of freedom and penchant for walking around barefoot outside and talking to cats and giggling over goats.

    On the other hand, I've had a man in his fifties tell me that he thought I was extremely mature and he could tell I was a serious child, which is true. I think that may have something to do with how controlled and passive my demeanor actually can often be IRL (unless I'm emotionally in a heightened state, negative or positive) and because of the way I speak, which has a lot to do with being an English major, and possibly also with being raised by my grandparents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I'd like to think I am young at heart. I'd define young at heart as playfulness, creativity, lack of self imposed boundaries, openness to experience. And age and maturity as giving some understanding of the reality of the world and how to adapt in it.

    That's what I'd see as ideals.
    Yes, this makes sense to me.

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    Depends of my mood. Sometimes life doesn't allow you to be young, and sometimes encourage you.
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