Are you happy with your childhood? Is it actually a wonderful dream ?
Childhood is overated; it's an exhibition game. My childhood was very unstable.
My childhood wasn't perfect but I enjoyed it. Learning about myself and being able to be as crazy or as curious as I wanted. I'm glad because I had two parents, great experiences and a lifetime of great memories.
I had to answer this one because I am always talking about how "great" my childhood was. I had so much fun when I was a kid. I lived in a house full of family members and of everyone, there were 7 adults and 6 children. We were able to run and play and be kids. The "grown-ups" went to a seperate room to discuss "adult" issues, ie., bills, disagreements, world issues; no profanity and no loud talk. It was a sheltered life and though I wasn't always a happy kid, I was loved and cared for and sheltered. I hate that everyone does not have this story.
I don't think anyone had a "perfect" childhood. I think most would agree that there were some bright spots but there was a lot of trauma there as well.
Yes I'm happy with my childhood, overall. There were some traumatic experiences which I will never forget that were definitely not what I would call "happy" but, being an optimist I think that, in general, my childhood was happy.
When I hear some of the horror stories of what some children in our world are facing nowadays (sex trafficking, going to bed hungry etc., then for sure I feel blessed and that I had a happy childhood.
by Wayne Tully 9 years ago
I just wrote a hub page about my tiny experience with my own dream of drawing and how it has somewhat altered from what the original thoughts as a child were.And I wonder what childhood dreams anyone else had and whether they stayed true or wandered off the path long ago!!I won't put the link here...
by Shawn Yeager 5 years ago
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