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So i'm goinf through mid life crisis

I feel like i'm not doing enough for a 25 yrs old. Everyone my age seems to already know what they want, seems contented with their career, some is in a long term relationship now

I feel like I was so far behind this "timeline of success" for my age
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So i'm goinf through mid life crisis

I feel like i'm not doing enough for a 25 yrs old. Everyone my age seems to already know what they want, seems contented with their career, some is in a long term relationship now

I feel like I was so far behind this "timeline of success" for my age
Just because everyone else is going at a different pace to you doesn't mean that you must also do so. Some people change career paths when they're 40, some people never get married, some people start uni at 30 or later. There is no formula or timeline for a successful life. Just do what works, even if it takes you longer.
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