Commitment: Either you do or you don’t. There is no in-between
Commitment (ages 28-30). Turning 30 is serious business and Millennials are dealing with it now (the oldest Millennials are 32 right now, born in 1983). Times are challenging for many. While some graduated and found good paying jobs, they are struggling with adult relationship decisions because they were overprotected by helicopter parents and did not get the guidance and support to stand on their own two feet. Other are struggling with finding a position that has meaning and good pay so they can move forth with the other areas of life and not worry about money all the time. In all cases, there is a confusion and a fear about not making it to full adulthood. But remember, it’s not just you who is dealing with this struggle.
You dance through your teens and 20s thinking you are a guest at a never-ending party. Your 20s are meant for that as it is a transition between being an adolescent teenager and adulthood. It is young adulthood. There is a point at age 21 where you get a hint of the adult person you are becoming and the responsibilities and growing pains of growth. But in general, the 20s, regardless of the economy, are a relatively smooth time of life.
As you approach 30 you realize the party is over and the partying is not as fun as in earlier years. Time, age, reality and responsibility become not only frequent words in your mind and vocabulary, they become the glaring demands of life. You have stress that has become distress and depression. The world throws down a gauntlet and challenges you to BUILD A PERSONAL BRAND as an adult for the first time in life. This is not young adulthood. This is the real deal. Now you must pick up the gauntlet and deal with it one way or another. You must deal with life as an adult for the first time and yeah, it is scary because not everyone is a team player.
From the average citizen, to the famous, to the infamous, we may all know people who we have seen good things come from in their first 27 years and then they faced the edge, the verge of GREATNESS and didn’t get there. The 34 year old who from age 28 has financially and otherwise bankrupted himself and ends up living in his childhood bedroom being his mother’s companion has taken a wrong direction. He has flunked adulthood.
Diversity and flexibility is a good thing in some cases but not in the case of moving into adulthood when certain decisions must be made. It is a universal fact of life. It requires maturely accepting the responsibilities of life and realizing that they actually expand your world, stopping selfish behavior and bad habits, as well as releasing immature associations. When people did not want to commit and move forward into adulthood, they drive off the road in the wrong direction away from commitment and destroy themselves.
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