Nope, not mine. Both of my kids never really did well with time-out. They do/did o.k. with "go to your room". I don't remember time-out as a kid either.
30 second timeout in B-ball
Funny how a time-out in sports means a halt in play. Time-out for a kid(s) also means halt in play.
However, how many of us adults are good at recognizing when we need our own time-out. We go, go, go, and then we get tired, fatigue, and need re-fueling- not much different than time-out in sports. A time to refuel and reenergize. I need to do a better job realizing when I need my own time-out.