There are so many things at the beginning of an adult life to worry about; which ones cause your stress?

You feel your life lacks purpose and meaning. You are disillusioned with the world and you feel you do not belong here. It may lead to restlessness, disappointment, frustration, and a desire for change.

You question your beliefs, goals, values, and overall sense of self. It may lead to anxiety and stress over still not having a clear idea of who you are.

You feel pressure to establish a successful career, but you lack fulfillment in the current job, you doubt about career choices, and you are concerned about wasted time on education and training.

You have a general sense of being stagnant or unsure of life direction. You feel insecure, you are afraid of failure, and isolation from friends and family.

You cannot find pleasure in activities that used to bring joy.

You dream of something different in various aspects of your life, such as job, relationship, or social circle, but you do not know what that change should look like to feel fulfilled.

You worry about your student loan debt, entry-level salary, and increasing cost of living, which can lead to anxiety and uncertainty about the future.

You may experience difficulties in romantic relationships, friendships, or family dynamics, due to changes

You feel pressure to compare your life to others, leading to feelings of inadequacy, jealousy, or a fear of missing out (FOMO).

You feel pressure from parents, peers, or society at large, to meet certain milestones or conform to societal norms, which can lead to feelings of inadequacy or failure if expectations are not met.

You feel overwhelmed by the myriad choices and possibilities available to you, leading to anxiety about making the “right” decisions and uncertainty about what the future holds.