Growing up is an integral process that occurs in the life of every person. They come to him, as a rule, in adolescence or youth. Getting a certain life experience, a person becomes wiser, acquires special moral qualities, builds a number of values for himself.
However, it cannot be shown that growing up is a purely automatic process, very often a person chooses whether to grow up or not. No wonder they say: “All adults in the soul are children.” And this is very good when in the soul a person remains young.
In the process of growing up, very often there is a reassessment of values, the approval of a specific outlook on the world, a desire for self-development and analysis of all events occurring around appears. An adult and intelligent person always thinks in advance about his actions and their possible consequences, makes sound choices, knows how to weigh arguments, is responsible for his words and actions, soberly formulates his own desires.
Unfortunately, often adults become too serious and strict both in relation to themselves and to others. They are afraid to go beyond what is permitted, change their lives, relax, sometimes just fool around and laugh heartily. But even in this you need to know the measure, because a person who behaves like a child and is furious will look very unusual.
Each has his own age of growing up, the age at which comes the wisdom and awareness of life. There are children who have experienced a lot in their little lives and can be wiser than any old man. There are old people who have not been taught anything by life, who do a lot of stupid things.
They learn from mistakes and gain their experience also from mistakes, this is proved by the idea that no matter how terrible the situation that is happening now in life may seem, it still has at least a little good. This sets up an optimistic perception in life and makes one happy every day.