There were a few things I learned a little later in my life based on how I was raised. What's something you learned in your adulthood? One example is the idea of individualism vs. cooperation. I grew up with a mother who really encouraged self-expression and individuality. Her parents didn't, so she went the opposite direction. But, what I didn't realize is that sometimes that comes at the expense of cooperation. Cooperation and working with groups being a big help when it comes to going to work and being successful. I had to learn later how to strike the balance between "being myself" and "playing well with others." How about you?
Many (most?) men like (their own) children and enjoy being fathers. I had to date men to find that out.
Having small boobs is, by and large, a negligible impediment to physical attractiveness.
People generally do not like to admit they do not know something and some will go to any length to avoid it.
You don't have to do anything at all for someone to hate you. Sometimes just being visible is enough.
When I was very young I came to the conclusion that the church and it's foundation (religion) was too stupid to be real because adults were telling us stories that were clearly not based on reality. I therefore concluded religious claims were not real and nothing more then a stupid mind game adults use to control children. It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I realized that some (many) adults actually believed in the fantasy the church preaches. That was a cold and bitter realization that changed what until then had been a very optimistic outlook for the future of humanity.
As a Television serviceman, it was not until well into my craft that I learned that pure water was an insulator. it is only the salts and contaminants from the earth which render water as a conductor of electricity. Rain water is pure, it must be or all the transmission lines across the country would have their insulators short circuited whenever it rained.