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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Psychologists have explained why the adults helpless

Researchers from the U.S. reported that they were able to explain what is the phenomenon of helplessness in adults.

It turned out that there are certain changes in the psyche of modern humans, which make them helpless.
According to the publication The Daily Mail, at the moment, if you compare modern humans with those who lived in the world a few generations ago, it becomes clear that the life expectancy of people is increasing, and in parallel is stretched and the stage of immaturity, so the maturing person comes late.

Thus it was proved that at that age, when even twenty or thirty years ago people were growing up, now remain somewhat immature. And this is normal.

The scientists interviewed in the framework of their study, several thousand people. As a result of surveys it has been proven that most people who are technically Mature and of legal age, at the moment in everyday life is absolutely helpless.

Also, according to the survey, a quarter of adults are unable to cope with daily responsibilities for them can be a problem to change a light bulb, or cook.

It is connected including with the fact that parents are less likely to inculcate in our children the skills related to household skills. In this regard, scientists say that the younger generation is much less in 20-25 years has all the domestic skills and often is unable to solve even simple problems.

While more and more people are looking for the necessary information online, so they learn something new.

Previously it was shown that genes responsible for the ability of social interaction.

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