Are you the same person you were as a child, or much different?
No, my balls have dropped!
Being serious though, I suppose I'm the same as I ever was, always prefer to laugh instead of cry hahahahahaha!
I've changed the way I handle things, but inside, many of my thoughts are still the same.
I don't feel I've changed a lot. I'm still cynical, opinionated and never shut up!
Changes in life is inevitable. One has to learn how to welcome it.
If you knew me when I was a kid, took a few decades off, and then decided to get to know me again. You would be shocked by how much I have changed, and, I keep on changing with every day.
The only things that have not changed about me from when I was a little kid, is that I am still a picky eater. I still like going to amusement parks and fairs, and I sometimes watch cartoons in my underwear, and enjoy a good bubble bath. But everything else about me has changed.
I should mention the writing thing. I have been writing since I was in Grade School, and I still love to draw in my spare time. the kid and me come out every once in a while...and I get STOOPID!
I am more of a kid now then I was when I was a kid
I am a lot happier now then I was then, more self confident too. I had a pretty messed up childhood tho, it required me to be pretty adult and handle stuff kids should not have to handle. Folks used to say I was 10 going on 30, now I am in our around my 30's and going on 10!
I haven't changed at all... I just have more money now to buy better toys!
I used to be very temperamental and unhappy for no reason.. ..cynical and unbelieving and hard to please..
wow man how much I have changed.. I am just the opposite now..
I laugh all the time.. it is rare to see me unhappy or cynical..
I just love life and live it like today is my last day.. !!
Life is so much Fun now!!
I'm a couple of feet taller, and maybe just an inch or two thicker.
Other than that, in some ways I haven't changed a bit, in others I'm worlds different, and in still other ways I've done full 360's.
I think I would say that the biggest difference is that I'm no longer lost and powerless. Still, those extra inches are damned annoying.
I'm pretty much the same person, minus that I know a lot more, understand a lot more and see the world in a completely different light... but I think that comes to everyone who ages. I still maintain a lot of my childhood hobbies, my ice cream flavour is still the same, and I still love pink lemonade, but now I add rum to it.
I think personal evolution is generally inevitable.
I'm very much the same "me" I've always been, but it's as if I've been building more and more layers of understanding and knowledge on top of, or around, what was once not knowing much of anything about too many things. (Guess that's why that call it the "inner child" - although, in my case, that child isn't all that "inner" either ). (I'm a lot taller now, so that comes in handy. )
As it does for most/all people (and those lucky enough to ever have had an innocently happy childhood in the first place), life has brought loss with it; so I don't have that same innocent kind of happiness and sense that my world would always kind of just stay the same that I did as a child or even teenager. Happiness when you're a grown-up can still be happiness, but it's a different kind. On the other hand, in spite of all the innocent happiness I had in so many ways as a child, I wasn't completely happy to be a child at all. I wanted to be a grown up from a pretty early age. Now that I am, there's a whole other kind of happiness about being grown-up. THAT makes up, in a lot of ways, for the thing about having some losses to have had to deal with, and to live with.
BUT, all in all, I'm very much that same kid and happy to be able to say that. (Besides, now that my hair isn't being set on little tiny, pink, rubber curlers each night by my mother, I like my hair a lot better now. )
"Layers of understanding and knowledge.."
Yes! That's what those extra inches are! Thank-you! I feel so much better now.
Well, see that? There's nothing like seeing any extra inches for all the "wonderfulness" that they are, right? (Gee, I wonder if I can think up a better way to view my own primary, life-long, concern - this challenging hair that made my mother think she could make it better by turning it into fuzz balls for school every day. Honestly, no child should be made to go to school looking like that! )
WOW what a great question! I changed from my perfect little girl that life changed and yet over the past few years found my way back to that wonderful little girl and am doing what I was created to do. It's great to remain the same and grow in a healthy manner. Peace
...well, no doubt i've changed...but kept all the good things....as a matter of fact for the first time in years I climbed a tree last weekend....climbed up about 10 feet....was trying to get a really good picture with my camera...so up the tree i went ....surprised myself when i realized what i did after...but you know i just did what came naturally.....it's good to know, i still have it in me.....
I've changed tremendously, and I plan on changing more and more.. To better myself.
I have changed alot since I was a child. I was a mean little girl and liked to fight alot and acted like a boy. I loved to play football.
Sure, I think I've changed, but I think we all do... I grew up, I lost people I loved, experienced personal. national and global tragedies... With experiences like those, we all change, if even slightly. I've become more sympathetic and empathetic. I see a lot more gray and a lot less black and white now.
But certain philosophies stayed with me from my childhood... And that I'm thankful for
As for myself--
I've changed a great deal. I was a lot shyer, certainly more quiet as a child then I am now. I had tons more patience; as an adult I'm almost obsessed with time and timeliness.
I used to be a lot more confident, too, and as an adult I've found that my confidence is shakier--I don't think that's the usual way these things go--aren't you supposed to gain confidence as you get older, rather than the reverse?
When I was girl, I wanted to be a doctor. Never thought for a moment that I wasn't capable of doing whatever I set my mind too. That changed sometime in middle school.
Ive changed drastically over the last 8 years, very in touch with reality
I get the feeling I'll never 'grow-up'. No - I haven't changed a lot. But I have got better at most things, and always enjoy learning something new.
I'm definitely not the same I was. Experiences shape who you are as an individual. A 3 year old's brain is twice as active as an adult's brain and from 3-12 is when your social development is most crucial.
During that time period, and even after, negative and positive experiences that related to friends, colleagues, and rivals have made me who I am today.
I believe this is why we are all so unique, because our enormous collection of experiences define who we are and make us who we are and no one else is exactly like us.
Children, in some ways are very much like each other. Although some are more genetically disposed to certain talents, the most important part of a child's development is those early experiences of training and socializing (whether positive or negative impact).
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