Who here was born to a mother over 30 years old?
We were basically doomed from the start and socially/physically stunted.
Try being born to a 34 year old mom and a 60 year old dad.
My mother had me at 42 without any assistance or fertility treatments. I'm tall, handsome, reasonably intelligent, and autistic to a degree which mere words could never adequately express.
>Mom had my oldest brother when she was 22
>Had my second oldest brother when she was 25
>Had my older sister when she was 28
>Had me when she was 32
>Had my little sister when she was 35
Older sister is probably the most fucked up, followed by me, then my little sister.
Both my older brothers are 100% normies and the oldest (30) has a wife, kids, and owns a business.
Then again, for me and my older sister we're probably so fucked because of all the time we spent on 4chan and the internet in general growing up.
Mom was in her late 30s when she had me, my younger sister turned out perfectly normal
but I turned out to be a mentally ill tranny
Mom was 35, I always assumed I was a social retard because no one my age lived near me and no one liked me because we were poor. Im at least a 6/10 and 6'1 smart but have killer anxiety and depression
Awww poor guy. There there. Do you at least pass as a woman?
>Higher age mother == higher risk of physical defects/syndromes
>Higher age father == higher risk of mental problems
Also drinking, smoking, drugs... My dad smoked when I was conceived. I probably would have been Chad if he didn't.
Mine was 39. (My dad was too.)
Yeah, it kinda fucked me up. It was nice having the financial security of parents with well-developed careers, but it also meant I barely ever saw them as a little kid, and their tastes were totally different from the other kids' parents so I didn't know the music and TV shows and stuff that other kids liked.
Didn't know I had to be MtF to post anime girl reaction pics
is this why I'm fucked?
>parents over 3x my age
>hikki that spends 16 hours a day at computer
>haven't had contact with someone of my age in months
Yes. Mom 34, dad 38. I'm autistic. I don't think, or I haven't read anything suggesting, there is a correlation between older parents and autism though.
Being way younger than your siblings, all of whom are within a couple years of each other, sucks real bad. It's like being an only child with none of the benefits actual only children get. Old parents who are already burned out on parenting when you come along. Siblings who want nothing to do with "the baby".
I think she was 35 and my dad was 39. And I'm the oldest. I have extreme chad normie cousins but I'm kind of autistic and fucked up. But I'm the smartest person in my family and I'm not kv so it could be worse. And desu I still see my chad cousins get fucked over by women constantly so whatever. Divorce is cool I guess.
No wonder. My mom was 32 when she had me, and my dad was 42.
>was diagnosed with depression in teens
>diagnosed with bpd when I turned 18
>diagnosed with schizophrenia around 20
Also, if what you said was true, why the fuck aren't we making it illegal to breed past 25+?
Mom was 31, dad was 35.
>had leukemia as a child
>became extremely depressed as a teenager, to the point that I had trouble making myself get out of bed
>leukemia came out of remission at the same time
>literally had to be dragged to the hospital for treatment because I just wanted to lie in bed and and die
>still horribly depressed
>it could come back again any time
>mom had me at 37
>dad was 49
dad is basically grandpa mode now, which honestly is the best he has ever been
i think i turned out alright, only things i can complain about is being a manlet and inheriting alcoholism
Mom would have been in mid 40s and dad high 30s.
Well age is only one factor. If both parents are healthy individuals with no mental issues, no history of substance abuse, not being overweight or too light, not following any weird diets, than chances are pretty big the child will turn out fine, even if the age is a bit higher.
Genetics related to addictions is only one half the risk, perhaps even smaller. The environment is the real problem, seeing other people having addictions and them being enabled/not being stopped is the worst example as a person to have. But on the other hand; with enough willpower you can make that change yourself.