posted on Oct, 1 2016 @ 09:38 PM
a reply to: BruceEFury
Thank you for this thoughtful response.
Today I saw a young lady who is now 24. I was her nanny when she was a baby...from seven months old until she started school. Her whole family are
like my family, and my kids are like her siblings. My own kids are 25 and 27.
Take your time, and go at your own pace. Many of your generation have been well educated, and are capable of fantastic things. You all are bombarded
with information that we (your parents) did not have access to. We have been amazed as you have grown up with all of this.
It's important to remember that one doesn't have a birthday and suddenly become a "grown-up." In fact, you will always be in a similar position, to
walk away from some things and toward others, and to have cohorts and companions that are suitable and empower you to fully be yourself.
Rare, perhaps, but not at all impossible. Hang out at places that you like to go, and others who hang out there will have at least that in common
with you. Be authentic.
Just, be authentic. Be genuinely yourself.