you mean the dude from Jersey Shore
hell no i'm the same lunatic that i've allways been an allways will be
Yes, then i realized i could go back to my inner child! I was like shite! for 7 years, and i am so lucky to have found me once agaiiinnnn!
It's the way life works for most, we all have to grow up before we're ready
I would say yes.<br />
I have different perspectives of everything.
I was going to say about the same thing as BadassQuiat.<br />
I had to grow up very fast, and mostly alone (besides friends) too soon... lots of tragedy and such. I embraced it as best I could at the time, but I think 'growing up' too fast stunted me b/c I didn't have good guidance or many of the usual life experiences that help us become self-realized healthy-functioning adults.
It does. Being deployed outthere made me lose my feeling of invulnerability and innocence.. Only my grandfather knows the same feeling of being on the verge of dying and having to accept it.
My parents divorce
at 16 years old i had to fend for myself
I know they did. <br />
I had to grow up early (12) and raise my brother because my mom decided she would rather work away from home for months at a time, and spend her days off partying with friends.
Yes. All my innocence and purity was stolen.
I only hope someday theyrr forced to face them as oppised to evicting their friendliness daughter w no plqce to go.
yes in fact, i am shocked to see my self in a situation i have to tell my teenagers - what is just ringing in my ears (what my parents told me)...ha ha ha
no , i'm a very slow maturer