Came across this quote while reading The Good Girl by Christy Barrett. It completely threw me off and made me pause.
Perhaps when we find something that reminds us of how people acted in high school it isn't because they haven't grown up, maybe it's because high school is really the start of social dynamics.
Before then we're all just pretty much friends with everyone. We pretend play with whoever is available.
Once high school starts we tend to gravitate towards others like us and separate into groups.
Maybe it really isn't a bad thing after all.
What are your thoughts?