I mean, show me an interesting, fully-formed person, and I’ll show you a once-difficult child.
(It’s interesting that the idea of “naughty” gets a lot of thought and expansion, but “nice” doesn’t get any. I know what they mean, and it does seem that “naughty” is the more common sign of stress, but it’s worth noting here that “nice” can be a sign of trouble or stress, too. Too nice, too well-behaved, or even “nice to a fault” come to mind.)
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