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1-28-2011 @ 11:04AM
I'd like to say that children, regardless of gender, will have greater difficulty acting "appropriately" and with emotional control that most adults. This is directly related to their development, so there will be some children who progress faster than others. Likewise, there will be a small number of people, those bordering on adulthood, who show less decorum than the average eight year old. Everyone is different.I think it's safe to say, however, that the issues posted here in Drama Mamas all involve an individual who is late in their developmental process, whether a child or a middle-aged adult, which creates the misconception that only kids act out and mistreat others.To be honest, I'd be more worried if they were adults, because children are still capable of learning to control their actions and emotions, whereas with age, the saying definitely applies: "You can't teach an old dog new tricks."
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