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when you’re an only child, your mind starts to wander much, that’s you’ve tricked yourself into thinking you have a twin. | 1:08am
totally kidding. I loved being an only child living with my cousins growing up. yeah sometimes it’s sucked - a lot, but there’s so many things you learn by being an only child that other kids didn’t. I grew up faster, had to be more independent, and early on in life I learned and have equipped myself with being so comfortable with myself that being alone is not scary, but something that I embrace with true admiration for. I look forward to my alone time because I can do anything. learning a new skill, study seminars and master classes, shoot my own production, practice editing photos and trying new editing tricks. I love bettering myself and I take pride in the areas where i’ve been self taught. being an only child gave me those tools to execute those in my adult life. i’m happy that I was an only child but would love to hear how it was for people who had siblings. how would you say that your childhood shaped you? and what skills do you think you’ve learned by being an: Older Sibling, Middle Sibling, Youngest Siblings or even twins? i’m so curious to know. please comment down below and let me know!