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What happens when we grow up to fast?

Asked by Trance24 (3311points) December 28th, 2007

Like when you begin to take control of your own life before you have ever really experienced it. Before you have had any real knowlage.

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bluemukaki's avatar

Effects will depend on the person and their own way of dealing with things, on the medical side it has been shown that earlier developing males are more prone to develop Prostate Cancer.

You have to start experiencing life at some stage…

Spargett's avatar

“Growing pains”.

glial's avatar

We don’t learn the proper use of to, too, and two. In some cases, if we grow up too fast, we have a tough time spelling the word knowledge.

suejester's avatar

You lose the sense of wonder and curiousity. Things are no longer exciting. You lose the sense of nostalgia. Then again if you don’t grow up fast enough you end up like Michael Jackson living in a fantasy world

joli's avatar

You have a head start on most other people toward understanding what is expected of you, and are more likely to quickly accept and handle disappointments, setbacks, etc, with maturity and grace.

susanc's avatar

Every child’s freedom to grow up at a natural pace requires older people to monitor
the amount and timing of learning. Sometimes this fails.
If you get too much experience before you’ve had time to develop wisdom and good judgment, it does leave you with some sorting-out to do. Most of us don’t grow up in an
entirely orderly way, and have to spend some time backtracking.
Life doesn’t go like this: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7. It goes like this: 1,2,6, oops, 4, 3, 4, 5, 5, 5, BORING, 2#*@)!, 5, 6, 7, 7, 7, arg, 8, 9, 20, eek!, 10….

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