Fair enough, that makes sense.
That makes sense, this is what I see reflected in life too.
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You think 25 year olds are the best age including emotionally mature? Fair enough.
So you don't consider emotional maturity in that?
I don't think emotional maturity is strictly tied to ones age. I was more emotionally mature at 14 than the average 25 year old and reached my full maturity at 16. Now I am certainly an outlier in that regard; but it doesn't prevent others from being emotionally mature enough to start having kids at 18. Plus most people who aren't fully emotionally mature when they get pregnant typically grow up quickly in that arena once their child is born.
Strictly? No. But it’s not the smartest thing to play with words when the general rule of thumb applies in such matters. I would NEVER choose anyone under mid 20s as the parent of my child personally regardless of whether they were male or female. emotional maturity is so much to do with being a good parent. Research highlights that children of older parents are generally better off in most ways in term of intelligence and resources etc.
Saying they grow up quick once the child is born seems too misguided. Just look at how many children don’t have both parents or poor parents or parents who don’t care so much because they’re still learning themselves, making all the mistakes with or on their children. That’s a sure way to mess them up it seems.