No. A lot of times that just traumatizes people.<br />
Besides no one ever really grows up, they just learn how to act in public
If they mean nothing to you, then get them gone. But don't think getting rid of them will make you be more mature. If you are emotionally attached to something, save it. Put it in a box and stash it somewhere, but don't get rid of it. You can always throw something away later, if you wish, but you can't get it back if you throw it away and then regret it.
if it is done with respect<br />
................ as in letting go of the past, then yes.<br />
if thrown as a tantrum<br />
.................................. that's a defo no help to maturity.<br />
it is the intention that is important, combined with the act.<br />
respect, from robbie
no,it dosent and lastsurvivor is correct and u can keep for another kid cheep but watever
i don't think so
No. But it does rid your house of clutter.
When I turned 30 I threw out all my old toys and the people next door pick them out of the trash and made $10,000 on eBay :(
unless you play with mature toys you can not grown up.......so lets try///// now do not ask which are the mature toys.............
It helps you to have a tidy house
I would keep them in the attic for memories sake