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Best Answer lburmaster says
This is so true. Many people with siblings do seem to be more immature because they are CONSTANTLY surrounded by children. They are more childish because they grew up in a child centered environment in contrast to onlies who are in adult milieu.
Bryony Harrison says
This is so true. I am too an only child. I enjoy activities such as reading, writing, and sketching. That is the reason why only children are more intelligent than children with siblings. We tend to indulge in the higher type of activities.
Most only children find same ages peers as noisome and quite immature. In fact, the average only child find children to be less intellectually developed than they are. This is a result of being in an adult environment-they mature quicker!
I always found this as a child. I did not like interacting with other children because I found them too loud and excitable. I was quiet and timid, and much preferred the solitude of my own company.
To Vitallini, as a child, I preferred the company of much older children and/or adult. I find children my age to be utterly rowdy, immature, and quite challenged.
Yes, I always preferred the company of adults too. Even now, I prefer to be among older people than younger. I enjoy the company of my mother's friends as opposed to their children.
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I am very much a loner too. It has always been beyond me why people need so much social interaction. I feel lonlier in a crowd than I do by myself because I am so different from everyone else.
I totally agree. I am also a loner. I find people's incessant need for social interaction to be such a blatant waste of time. I would rather be reading, writing, and sketching. These activities are so educational for me.
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