We all define ourselves in various ways, and some of these are appropriate to an extent.
But our identity must, first and foremost, be grounded in Christ.
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Interestingly, the same survey showed that “One in three people think a bit of immaturity helps in bonding well with children,” and I concur.
Rather than allow that to make a case for older men being great fathers to infants, that should make the case for young women of childbearing age to mate with young men their own age. Young men are encouraged to be a bit more mature, but remain goofy enough to be playful dads, and young women will hopefully be able to retain a life-long partner instead of an aging and eternal player willing to discard her as soon as she turns 40, or one she wants to ditch as soon as she’s old enough to realize what she’s gotten herself into.
There is counsel that can ground you in the midst of life’s turbulence (inside of you and around you) and equip you to become more mature in Christ (Colossians ).