Will the youngest of the family always be treated like a child even as an adult?

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  • Will the youngest of the family always be treated like a child even as an adult?


Answer #1 | 02/04 2017 03:36
in some families yes. it all depends on the family dynamic. and depends on how you and your siblings interact. In my family I am the 4th of 8 kids and am the youngest grown adult of us and still feel like I am treated like a child.. we are complicated though. But in your family. its possible yes
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Answer #2 | 02/04 2017 00:37
Idk man k man
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Answer #3 | 02/04 2017 02:57
i would hope not, depends on the family, everyone is different
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Answer #4 | 02/04 2017 01:12
Only immature adults treat other adults as children. When a person becomes an adult they must learn to behave like adults and not let others treat them like children.
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Answer #5 | 02/04 2017 00:51
Don't complain. You'll get more and better presents.
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Answer #6 | 03/04 2017 00:38
Probably, parents always tell their kids something like "you'll always be my special little boy (for son) or girl(for daughter.)"
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Answer #7 | 02/04 2017 07:25
Parents treat their kids like children all of their lives. Get used to it. Oldest, or youngest, or middle child, you'll always be their baby.
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Answer #8 | 02/04 2017 03:25
Part of it depends on how a person acts. Its kind of a self fulfilling prophecy. The baby acts babyish, so she's treated like a baby. But acting grown up, working, having a family, having responsbilities makes you an adult and you'll be treated that way.
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