Quarterlife Crisis : How to Get Your Head Round Life in Your Twenties
Are you torn between climbing the career ladder or throwing on a sarong in Goa? Do all your mates seem more successful and sorted than you do? Are you suffocated by choice, responsibility, and self-doubt? Are money, homelife and relationships stressing you out? Do these questions just make you want to crawl back under your duvet? Surprisingly you are not alone you could be in the middle of a quarterlife crisis. We've all heard of adolescent angst and the mid-life crisis, but no one really talks about the challenges of the period in between. The truth is that being a twentysomething in the 'real-world' isn't easy. "Quarterlife Crisis" is the first book to name and document this phenomenon. With masses of facts, information, and startlingly honest anecdotes "Quarterlife Crisis" helps you out through an often dizzying period, and compellingly tackles the most difficult questions facing twenty somethings today.
- Paperback | 220 pages
- 122 x 196 x 16mm | 181.44g
- 23 Jul 2001
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
About Alexandra Robbins
Alexandra Robbins is a journalist who has written for such publications as The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, The Washington Post, Salon and Time Digital. Abby Wilner Works in the information technology field as a website administrator. Both authors are in their twenties who live in Washington D.C.
"Die Midlife Crisis ist Schnee von gestern. Abby Wilner und Alexandra Robbins haben ein neues Phänomen entdeckt - die Quarterlife Crisis." (Spiegel Online)