Twenty years ago people would have called it growing up, but according to a Melbourne psychologist, Dr Tim Cullen, there is a trend of people between 28-32 are facing an early mid-life crisis.
Symptoms include fear, loneliness and isolation, with many people blaming their single status, long working hours and living in city areas with no sense of community. In other words, they’re not happy.
Unfortunately this is not news. A massive part of being human is feeling disgruntled, unhappy and dissatisfied, but more on that later.
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