07 May '11, 5am

Asia One News reports on the '#quarterlife crisis' research carried out by Dr Oliver Robinson, Uni of Greewich

Asia One News reports on the '#quarterlife crisis' research carried out by Dr Oliver Robinson, Uni of Greewich

Most 25-35 year olds may enjoy those years as the heyday in their lives, but may also feel anxiety and depression when faced with too many choices and challenges, pressured to meet parents' demands and wanting to succeed quickly, according to research conducted by Dr Oliver Robinson of Greenwich University. The Daily Mail reported Thursday on the results from interviews with 50 people aged between 25 and 35 on their difficulties going through. Dr Robinson dubbed the panic, anxiety and pressure that young adults are going through as "quarter-life crisis." "There is greater fluidity in the job world, greater fluidity in marriage or alternatives to marriage. This fluidity has meant major life changes are more acceptable. In the past if a major life change were to occur it would happen in mid-life," Robin explained. But suffering this "quarter-life crisis" can be good in the e...

Full article: http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/Asia/Story/A1St...

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