Me and my quarter-life crisis: a millennial asks what went wrong
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Me and my quarter-life crisis: a millennial asks what went wrong

Me and my quarter-life crisis: a millennial asks what went wrong

От детството се ставаше възрастен, но днес това е трудно постижимо, ако не си от богато семейство и тези, които се предполага че са възрастни за затворени в “ничията земя”

Our childhood visions for our lives, moulded by listening to parental anecdotes of their milestones and reinforced by TV and films, are no longer realistic. Due to unaffordable housing, less job security and lower incomes, the traditional “markers” of adulthood, such as owning a home, getting married and having children, are being pushed back. This has left a vacuum between our teenage years and late 20s with many of us feeling we’re navigating a no man’s land with zero clue when we’ll reach the other side.

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