Kilmatead wrote:Children (of all ages) love structure and long for it when it is either missing or found to be ineffectual at controlling them (wherein they go out and try to find a greater controlling power to kowtow to).
Maybe I never was a child then. I love chaos
. (You should see my bedroom.) The only occasion where I need structure is my hard disk. Sigh.
Kilmatead wrote:why else do you think it's so common for children in their 20's get married?
Funny: Just yesterday I had some conversation with a mother of a boy in his very early 20s who already has a child. We sat in a bus, the rear was full of young, uneducated children, around 8 or 9 years old. One of them sang, her toilet was made for kissing it. I effectively rolled eyes.
When they went out, aforementioned woman asked me if I still want children. I replied, I never wanted them because
of such things happening. She nodded, but the boy sitting next to her said, he is only 20 and already has a child. I said, well, bad for you, he said, well, yes, and he agreed it was not a good idea.
Obviously, people think it makes them adult to breed as early as possible. Here in Germany, (IIRC) there are more divorces than marriages per year. Should I really wonder why?
Biologically, a really long nap would succeed.