A recent study by a UK charity claims that when we reach 33 we lose the 'all about me' attitude and begin to consider others' feelings more frequently.
The Make-a-Wish foundation revealed in its study that the older we grow, the more selfless we become in almost all areas of life. Over 33's are likelier to
- Look out for their neighbours
- Give up their seats for elderly people on public transport
- Donate their unwanted clothes and items to charity rather than throw them away
- Get involved in issues affecting their communities
What do you think of the study?
Do you agree? Has growing older made you less selfish?