If you feel that the outcome was good, you praise yourself for making it.
And if it turns out bad, you blame it on others or on circumstance.
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But if we check out our friends’ perfectly filtered Instagram photos or stalk their amazing job promotions on Linked In, your 20s seem like they should be the time of your life.
And that's when you start feeling left out and abnormal.
As more people move to cities, the sense of community that was once present in small towns gets lost. After teenage years spent in angst over the lack of freedom that comes with living under your parents’ roof, you finally have independence. You have to cook your own meals, clean your apartment (not your bedroom), and pay those bills.Plus, there’s the whole searching for a job, getting a job, and then existentially questioning if said job is right for you.I look back at all the major decisions I had to make at the end of my 20s: I left the military service, got married, had my first child, finished graduate school, and moved to a different country with my wife and our two-year-old daughter.On the outside, I seemed confident about these decisions, but it was actually the most confusing time of my life.