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    Quote Originally Posted by zulidadwi View Post
    Do you agree, that the real maturity begin after age 24 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    It's different for everyone.
    Yes, it may be different. If can I ask, in what age you become fully mature ?

    According to Hurlock, maturity begin at age 18, do you agree with that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zulidadwi View Post
    Yes, it may be different. If can I ask, in what age you become fully mature ?

    According to Hurlock, maturity begin at age 18, do you agree with that ?
    Not sure what you mean by "fully mature".

    I'm 27 and I still feel like a girl in a lot of ways, but I definitely feel like I've matured a lot. In other ways I feel like I was mature earlier than most. I think life events/experiences are what cause us to mature. It's always evolving.

    Then again, ENFPs are commonly "children at heart" and I think that applies to me. So there's variance there too I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "fully mature".

    I'm 27 and I still feel like a girl in a lot of ways, but I am definitely feel like I've matured a lot. In other ways I feel like I was mature earlier than most. I think life events are what cause us to mature. It's always evolving.

    Then again, ENFPs are commonly "children at heart" and I think that applies to me. So there's variance there too I suppose.
    How do you feel about teenagers who already make a confession about their non-straight sexual orientation at the age 17 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zulidadwi View Post
    How do you feel about teenagers who already make a confession about their non-straight sexual orientation at the age 17 ?
    I believe they are valid and right to do so.

    Any any age, you must live and speak your truth. Not saying I think sexual orientation will change, but if you're implying that a 17-year-old might not know what they will always think and believe, I think you're right. That doesn't make that time in their life or what they think and feel in it less important.
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    Calling yourself gay means you have an affinity to connect with the same gender because the parent of the same gender was not there for you. It isn't so much that it's a real love, as in your are divinely led to that relationship, it's more that it's leading you out of some lack in your past primary relationship.

    Same with promiscuity for members of the opposite sex; it indicates the opposite gender parent was not present enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zulidadwi View Post
    Do you agree, that the real maturity begin after age 24 ?
    No I do not agree, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    It's different for everyone.
    Quote Originally Posted by zulidadwi View Post
    Yes, it may be different. If can I ask, in what age you become fully mature ?

    According to Hurlock, maturity begin at age 18, do you agree with that ?
    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "fully mature".

    I'm 27 and I still feel like a girl in a lot of ways, but I definitely feel like I've matured a lot. In other ways I feel like I was mature earlier than most. I think life events/experiences are what cause us to mature. It's always evolving.

    Then again, ENFPs are commonly "children at heart" and I think that applies to me. So there's variance there too I suppose.
    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    I believe they are valid and right to do so.

    Any any age, you must live and speak your truth. Not saying I think sexual orientation will change, but if you're implying that a 17-year-old might not know what they will always think and believe, I think you're right. That doesn't make that time in their life or what they think and feel in it less important.
    I feel like I am fundamentally the same person today as I was when I was 18 despite drastically different life circumstances. However, I have noticed that's not the case for everyone - especially guys - I think they hit that point later than women. It might be 22 for them.
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    I wonder, though, if it's a bad thing because I've heard so many people saying, "Oh, you're not going to be the same person when you're 25 as you were when you were 18." And I'm almost 24. So, I'm left wondering if some earth-shattering experiences are going to occur in this final year before the benchmark.
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