Also why do you think what you voted?
- Under 10. When you are a child.Vote A
- 10 to 13.Vote B
- Your teenage years, 13 to 20.Vote C
- Your 20s. 20 to 30.Vote D
- Your 30s. 30 to 40.Vote E
- 40 through to 60Vote F
- When you retire and get to wind down a bit and relax.Vote G
Most Helpful Girl
Whatever you consider childhood. My childhood is pretty much over aside from being treated like a baby because of my age. I miss not having the probelms I have now and not having the responsibilities I have now and not having the tons of disrespect pouring down on me just because I'm a teenage girl. I'm judged for a lot--and most of it is by adults. I miss not being judged so harshly for no good reason. I miss feeling like a kid.
But really, it's different for everyone. Childhood could be the best for some and the worst for others. I'm actually looking forward to the freedom that comes with adulthood. I know there are plenty of complications but at least I'll be able to deal with them without someome breathing down my neck and telling me what to do.0
Most Helpful Guy
I think Under 10 - when you are a child is the best time. I think it's the best because while you have little freedom, you also (hopefully) have little worries. When I was a child, life was good. All I had to worry about was school. Other than that, I lived in a safe place, had a stable home, and while I didn't have video games for longer than most, I did have plenty of action figures and toy vehicles and games which were a lot of fun. I got to run around outside and play make believe in the parks with my brothers, and read books like Goosebumps and Animorphs, watch Transformers and Spider-Man, and the Star Wars movies were my favorites.
I got to run around and draw and imagine and just enjoy. I didn't have to worry about bills, or how I was going to make money, or any of the depressing crap on the news about war or the economy, or if I'd ever be good enough at anything to be interesting and successful, or how I was going to attract the opposite sex. I just got to play and be free and create. I would go back if I could, in a heartbeat. I'd trade all the so-called freedoms of adult life to go back to those days. I felt so much more alive. And I felt like my whole life was ahead of me, and the world and life were so full of possibility, so big.0