The mid-twenties is one of the most exciting times of our lives and no one can argue with that. In the older generations, this period was more of the contentment and settlement part, where everyone seemed bent on getting into a married life, having a family, and working on a stable job. But today, there seems to be more inclination in younger generations to getting stuck in the period of adolescence and teenage.
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 for you though is that there also are millions of young adults out there in the world who happens to share the same sentiment. This kind of guilt or fear that you haven’t made any progress in your life in this particular stage is something commonly referred to as quarter-life crisis.
Be reminded though that we aren’t saying that you already are in the middle of this crisis. In this article, we will provide you some information about the most common signs that you’re on your way to suffering from this crisis and by knowing them, you at least will be able to find a way to stop them.
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1 – First sign is if you are beginning to question the very purpose of your existence. In more than two decades of living your life, the fact that you still aren’t sure what your purpose is something you need to be concerned about.
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2 – You’re under the impression that the best years in your life may already be behind you and you let it pass without doing something important or of value.
3 – You have this feeling of anxiety and pressure in times when you hear about your friends or anyone you know who has the same age as you and they happily and proudly announce things like pregnancy, engagement or wedding, new house or car, or even a new job or promotion. 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.
Those signs above are a cause for concern, but mind you, they’re not really life-threatening. However, you certainly want to address them if you’re planning to live a better life in your 30s and onwards.