by cecile | 13:23

Gen Y and Gen Z: Learn More About Quarter Life Crisis What is quarter life crisis? Quarter life crisis is a period of a person’s life ranging from the mid twenties to mid thirties wherein a person starts to feel doubts about himself, brought about by stress and pressure of becoming an adult. When it comes to Erik H Erikson’s developmental crisis theory, people experience quarter life crisis as they enter their twenties and starts to experience the “real world”, and he proposed that young adults face intimacy versus isolation, wherein adults try to seek an intense and romantic relationships with other people. The common signs and symptoms of quarter life crisis include feelings of loneliness, confusion, fright and being lost in the process one has to go through from adolescence to adulthood. Studies have shown that young adults experiencing quarter-life crisis are usually caused by choosing a career path or unemployment, so they feel stressed and anxious. Because of living alone and without parental help, young adults may experience loneliness and isolation in early stages of their young adult lives. Quarter life crisis may also be caused by re-evaluation of a person’s close personal relationships, with sufferers feeling that they deserve someone better or feeling that they have outgrown their partners. Young adults of today or the millennials are also called Peter Pan Generation” or “Boomerang Generation” because unlike previous generations, members tend to live longer with their parents and the members are perceived to delay some rites as they pass through the stage of adulthood. So if you are a young adult, between mid twenties and thirties, you might be at the lowest point in your life and is experiencing quarter-life crisis. Well to tell you the truth, this is a normal process and you’re definitely not alone dealing with misguided purpose, confused identity, and hopeless transition. So how can you overcome quarter life crisis? There are various methods to overcome quarter life crisis, and the best way is to actually equip yourself with the right information like reading a book, an article or watching a movie about how people manage to resolve their own quarter-life crisis. We recommend reading Kay Walker’s book, who is a famous author for quarter life crisis and how to properly manage it.
A 10-Point Plan for Resources (Without Being Overwhelmed)
When it comes to the different phases of quarter-life crisis, it usually starts with a feeling of being trapped by your life choices, when it comes to love life, career goals or career path, family life and other aspects of your life. The next thing you will probably do is to start quitting your job, ending a relationship or breaking a commitment just to get out of the current situation you are in. After some time, you will have some realizations and start to rebuild your life again, developing new commitments which are aligned with your aspirations and interests.A 10-Point Plan for Resources (Without Being Overwhelmed)

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