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How Can You Tell If You’re Dealing With a Quarter Life Crisis?

The mid-twenties is one of the most exciting times of our lives and no one can argue with that. Back in the older times, this period of life was mostly associated with having to settle for good and start living with contentment; stuff like getting married and raising a family and having a stable source of income. However, times have changed dramatically and it looks like more and more of the young adult population these days seem contented being stuck to their adolescent or teenage years.

Our guess is there is an underlying reason why you’ve stumbled upon this post and we don’t really believe you when you say you just accidentally clicked this page. It’s safe to bet that you or maybe someone close to you is currently having some tough time identifying where life is heading. Do you have this feeling of getting older by the day and feeling alarmed that you haven’t reached any of your goals just yet The good news is you’re not really alone and in fact, there are millions of other people out there who feel the same way. This sort of guilt of not having enough progress in life in this age is what we call as the quarter-life crisis.

But we do have to remind you that there still is a way out and that you’re probably still in the process of entering the crisis. For this article, we’ll help you figure out the signs and once you know some of them, you at least can do something about it.
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1 – First sign is if you are beginning to question the very purpose of your existence. It is quite true that if there’s a panic button in life, you probably would have already pushed it by now if you still aren’t particularly sure what you’re going to do with your life.
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2 – You begin to worry about the possibility that your best years may already be behind you and at this point, you still haven’t achieved anything important.

3 – You feel envious, anxious, or pressured whenever you hear from acquaintances and friends of the same age news like engagements, new job, baby on the way, or property investment. Although part of it is because you also want to have an achievement like those before reaching 30, still it does not deny the fact that you are seeing very little improvement in your life in your twenties.

4 – You pretty sure should be ashamed of yourself if you’re still living with your parents and dependent on them financially.

While those signs above are definitely something you should be worried, they still don’t count as life-threatening. But if you’re concerned about how your future will turn out, you better start doing something about them.