The Millennials' Quarter Life Crisis: A Generation at a Revolutionary Crossroads

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Society tends to think of 20-somethings and 30-somethings as people who are young, vibrant, have a great lifestyle and an endlessly optimistic future. But believe it or not, many 20-somethings and 30-somethings are in crisis. The book will explain this in more detail, and will have a strong focus on how we can keep our young spirits alive for the long ride ahead towards our dreams in life. More
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Words: 16,220
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311880277
About TaraElla

TaraElla is a singer-songwriter and an author. She identifies as a liberal and a liberal feminist.

She is most well known for the promotion of the 'Princess's Spirit', independent culture creation, a form of 'back-to-basics' liberalism that combines elements of both Rawls-style liberalism and libertarianism, and liberal feminist ideas based on this particular form of liberalism.

She is also a keen supporter of marriage equality, a version of family values that is LGBT-inclusive (she calls this 'adaptive family values'), and marriage privatization.


Review by: A. G. Bierce on Feb. 14, 2014 :
Difficult to review since I am a mid millennial of the prior millennium who takes great umbrage at the way those of my generation are categorized by the author. My bucket list is far longer as I enter my 8th decade of life than it was when I was a 20 or 30 something. Also my health is as good if not better than most current 20 or 30 somethings that I have had the pleasure of interacting with.

With that said, I applaud the author for her willingness to so eloquently and concisely present her ideas as to what those who are the focus of her writings should aspire to. It is well written, not filled with fluff and contains an absolute minimum of grammatical and spelling errors. Based on that I will gladly give her 3 stars. I wonder what she will write when she finds herself entering her sixth decade of life with still unfulfilled expectations.
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