im 21 but my mom doesn't let me take decissions alone. its depressing sometimes but i guess im out of responsiblties due to that. its only in the work aspect she say that i have to do house chores as an adult. feel like my life is out of my control, so i've never felt like an adult i doubt whether i will.
when my boss handed me my salary
35 years. I'm 34 now. Here's to hoping.
....still waiting for that epiphany at age 60....working on my second childhood presently...
When my daughter Serenity was born, i felt it was time to grow up, and stop all the childish games & be a father to my little girl.
Yeah it does. Total difference.
Yeah huge difference !
I am 22 and I have come along way and matured A lot, left home at 17 and all that but I still feel like I have a long way to go till I actually feel like an adult
First when I was married at 22 and then really when I had my son at 25.<br />
But my Mom died when I was pretty young .. so I had to act like an adult in a lot of ways helping to raise my sister.
Thanks! Sorry about your loss too UnderEli. My younger sister was a rebel too .. we were never close until we were older.
At 16, after making my mother's funeral arrangements and giving her eulogy.
I didn't have the luxury of feeling until a long time afterward. I had two younger sisters that needed someone there who was sane. Twenty years have passed since then, it was an important lesson.
When I got my first payslip. Or when I moved into my first home
childbirth.......more of a ..........Omg! what have i done?!
The dynamic transformation from childhood to adulthood, happens from 10-21. Progress differs, depending on your culture etc. But thats the AVERAGE.
When my Dad died 5 years ago. I was 33.
Thank you for your kind words.
Honest to god, I'm 27 and still don't feel like an adult. :S