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True. I probably forgot to mention that I have yet to meet a female with this problem but I have met females that are tomboys who hahe depression due to bding bullied or something that I might trust a little more with this but there doesn't appear to be many girl with this problem as much as guys. If you got a bunch of people who would be in on these secrets somehow into a room you'd probably have a room full of guys.
Is it sexist to say its commonly a guy thing?
I agree generally with what you said but I figured there might be a conflict of opinion.
Someone over 21 is not necessarily a good parent but I'll bet there's a lot more good parents over 21 than 16 year olds. Also for a 16 year old it's a lot harder to be a good parent.
A sixteen year old does not a good parent make, other than in some potentially weird circumstance. If that same sixteen year old instead waits until they're a lot more experienced then there's at least A REALISTIC CHANCE that they will be one, even if that's not always the case.
Basically, someone over 21 is OFTEN A DECENT parent and a sixteen year old is RARELY, IF EVER, a good parent. The kid will probably go to adoption if it's young grandmother has any brains anyway just for that reason.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!