- 4 months ago
It may be important to realize that "little age" is not something that is defined by chronological aging and developmental milestones marked by that aging.
You will have preferences, interests, activities, and desires that fall outside of your "little age" because you have physically and mentally matured past that point. Throughout that maturation you have discovered preferences that could potentially fall even younger than your "little age"; however, majority of your interests likely fall beyond your little age since you have mental capabilities of that of an equal-aged adult (meaning, littlespace and regression is not mental impairment).
Anyway, my point is that, yes, you're going to like things that are younger or older than what your typical regression pinpoints. Your little age is, generally, the age or age-range in which most of your regression interests fall, but not necessarily all of your regressive interests are going to fall within that scope. That doesn't change your little age. It doesn't mean your little age is wrong or needs to be expanded by many more years. It doesn't mean you're incorrect in your personal evaluation. It's completely normal and to be expected.
No worrying, you've got this!
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