Lenny LaCour
If you ever need proof that personalities don't change... have children. Watching your children as they grow up, you recognize their fundamental characteristics remain throughout their lives. Those traits and characteristics, typically referred to as “personalities”, formed in early youth, remain as they grow up. Imagine, for instance, a child who asks a lot of questions. S/he continues being an inquisitive individual into adulthood.
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