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Re: Self esteem and my age bql

Posted by Dinah on August 23, 2008, at 9:47:18

In reply to Self esteem and my age, posted by bql on August 23, 2008, at 2:37:13

You're never too old to try different experiences! Of course, if you have a job or go to school you have to abide by the rules they might have regarding dress.

Age does matter a bit more in the early years, I suppose. A few years makes a lot of difference when it comes to development. As long as you remember to make sure a girl is not a minor, you're safe in terms of the law. And certainly people differ immensely in terms of maturity. But the brain continues developing into the twenties. I don't know, other than to say I noticed a big difference in myself.

As far as having children, my opinion is that the time to have them is when you feel emotionally and physically ready for a difficult lifetime commitment. I waited until I was in my thirties and never regretted it. I was nowhere near ready to be a parent until I was at least thirty.

Just my two cents, based on my own experience.




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