Women Start Turning Into Their Mothers When They’re 33, a Study Claims

“You’ll understand when you grow up,” your parents probably used to say to you in your childhood. And we bet most of us did understand it years later, just like they promised. But what we were not warned about is that not only will we understand them, but we will probably act a lot like them when we’re older too.

Here at The Elite Indian we found an interesting study that explains it all, and we’re here to let you know that, more or less, it’s going to happen to each of us.

At some point in time we become a lot like our parents.

Plastic surgeon, Dr. Julian De Silva, conducted research where he talked to 2,000 people in the UK about their relationship with their parents and starting families. He found out that more than half of the women admitted that they do act a lot like their mothers.

They figured out that it started to happen after turning 30, and on average at 33 years old. Women said that at this point in time, not only did they stop rebelling against their mothers, but they also started taking like them, adopting their sayings, having similar hobbies, and even watching the same TV shows. All in all, they admitted that at about the age of 33, they did become more like their mothers, even though they couldn’t imagine it ever happening before.

This transformation might be linked to having children. Dr. De Silva suggests that this transformation into their mothers starts when women are seeking their own parenting style and start mirroring their mothers’ behavior in this situation, and also relying on them in matters of parenting.

Women Start Turning Into Their Mothers When They’re 33, a Study Claims

Men turn into their fathers as well.

Women are not the only ones who go through this transformation. Men turn into their fathers as well, around the age of 34, Dr. De Silva claims. Men point out that they start to share political views with their fathers, listen to the same radio stations, and start turning off the lights in empty rooms. “We all turn into our parents at some point in our lives,” he says.

What’s the weirdest personality trait you inherited from your parents? Let us know in the comments below, there’s gotta be something interesting for you to tell us.

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