Folks lose the "It's all about me" attitude at 33

Folks lose the "It's all about me" attitude at 33, according to a study that reveals it is the magic age when we begin to consider other people's feelings. We are also more likely to make an effort with parents and grandparents, and make moves to end simmering feuds with family and friends, researchers for the Make-A-Wish Foundation have found. "It is never too early to put other people before yourself, and while we are all strapped for time and leading busier lives, there are always people less fortunate who would jump at the chance of having a helping hand," says the charity's spokeswoman Emma Cronin. Most study respondents agreed that having children was their main turning point in changing their attitudes toward other people, and spending more time doing things for others rather than themselves. "We see people from all walks of life sign up to volunteer," says Cronin. "We are always looking for people to get involved."


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