…quisitive, your questions get answered. For example, I have always been fascinated by soap bubbles. To an outsider, it may seem so childish to blow them and stare at their shimmering glory as they glide up to the heavens. Yet when you learn about surface tension in a physics lesson and some of your questions are answere…
Oh gosh I so feel what you’re describing, my friend, and it frustrates me that most adult can’t make the difference between “acting" childish and “being” childish:
While the first one of the outcome of our magnificient connection to our silly inner child, the second one is the result of emotional immaturity which stayed at the toddler stage because of trauma despite all the adulthood masks. Narcissists fit the latter scenario the most!