Why You Might Be Experiencing A Quarter Life Crisis... And How To Deal With It!

Here’s what might be happening:

Your whole life you just assumed that once you became an adult, you would magically have all of the answers to life, success, and happiness.

In high school, your main objective was most likely dating, being popular, getting good grades, and getting into a good college, possibly in that order.

College was pretty much a rinse and repeat, maybe throw in some greek life, excessive junk food, all-nighters (from partying OR studying), and replace getting into a good college with getting a good job.

Throughout those phases of your life, you knew what the plan was. Clear objectives that were more or less exactly what everyone else your age was doing.

Getting out into the real world was scary, but hey, there was somewhat of a clear path for that too. Entry level job in whatever field you studied in college or a paid internship or grad school.

Get up in the morning, go to work, do your job, come home exhausted and brain dead, party hard on the weekends with people living the exact same life.

After doing that for a few years, you’re now 25-30 years old and you get hit with that “oh shit” moment like a ton of bricks to the face.

Now you’re faced with a future that has no clear path at all.

Where are all those answers that would come with being an adult??

Is this really what life looks like for the next 40 years?

It might. But it doesn’t have to.

If you’re feeling this way right now, you are the furthest thing from alone.

Give yourself permission to lean into these emotions. To learn about yourself and what you need. To seek answers from within rather than everywhere else. To try new things in order to get different results. To surround yourself with people who are also wanting more.

And most importantly, to PLAY in possibility.

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