May I ask why that is?
Of course doll. I just learned over the years that people grew blind to the sense that maturity isn’t guaranteed with age. I myself grew up far too quickly which helped me learn things I would’ve normally at a later age. I was at a college reading level in 4th grade, I was cooking like actually cooking home cooked meals at the age of 8 as well as many laborious chores no child should be left alone to do but in the end, it helped me. When people met me, they assumed I was twenty something at the age of 16 based on how I presented myself. I was a manager at a non profit organization at the age of 18. When people asked how old I was, and I told, they treated me with such disrespect. I am not one to pass on disrespect lightly so I stopped. It sucks that I live around such immature adults that because I was younger in age then them, nevermind knowledge or sense since they seemed to lack greatly in both characteristics, they did not feel the need or desire to talk to me as if I were an equal. Probably way more info than you needed to know but age is just a number. Life experiences and lessons come at you in so many different forms every day. It’s not just something that comes flying at you as soon as you turn 21, no. We all have problems and we all grow at different rates depending on whether we run or learn from out mistakes, our problems, our fears, just everything. The end. XOXO