When you're a late bloomer it's easy to believe you've missed your chance to do certain things and that the world has passed you by.You can feel like you have to get over your issues now, now, now or your life will be over.In fact, to say that someone is a late bloomer is usually a nice way of saying they are sort of a loser.But here's a counter-intuitive spin on late bloomers: Rather than being slow to mature, maybe in fact they are actually ahead of their peers.But trust me, there is someone waiting out there for you.And when you find them, you’re going to have such a high amount of appreciation for them and everything you guys do together.That's just of the people who wrote me about that particular topic.This site has its share of readers who are 65 and older. Not even close." I understand where this worry comes from though.
I've gotten it from readers who are as young as 15, and as old as their fifties. Love her voice, love her chutzpah, LOVE her little wiggle dance. Here is a woman who's a total underdog—underestimated and snickered at because of her age and her looks—and she goes up on stage in front of millions and completely shocks everyone with her voice, even Simon. A question I often get from readers is, "I'm 25 and I've just started addressing my social issues.I feel so far behind everyone, and that's not even including the time it will take to get up to speed. Will I ever be able to have a fun, normal social life?