Early Onset maturity

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Early Onset maturity

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I'm actually surprised and pleased to see that there hasn't been a post in this section since Monday. Only a month and we seem to have left puberty behind already! :bow:
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Don't worry. The Chicken will b back soon.
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LOL, I love him, but I'm also worried about him at the moment. He seems to have really lost the plot and I don't want to be reading about him in Koh Shitheap. I've never actually met him, but I can identify with him, because I've been where he seems to be now. I truly hope he works it out, because I think he has a lot to contribute (to life in general, not just this forum).
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He is a good guy- under a lot of pressure.
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Agreed. He's dealing with a new wife and kid and he's in his twenties. He also appears to have an inconsistent income. I didn't even get engaged til I was thirty, and even then it terrified the hell out of me.

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Satiated Parrot wrote:Agreed. He's dealing with a new wife and kid and he's in his twenties. He also appears to have an inconsistent income.
all of this could be said of me too, but drinking and stuff doesn't help the situation, one of the things I have learnt is that booze etc is a mood enhancer not changer, getting fucked up in a bad mood will only make things worse...
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