It’s Not Until Your 20s That You Realize How Fragile We All Are

“The hardest part about being in your 20s is waking up from the nightmare and taking every opportunity of every single day to remind the people you love how much you love them, to stop being scared to live a full life and to appreciate the life you have been given, regardless of the mess it can be.”

Thought Catalog

There seems to be a misconception amongst most 20-something year olds I know in regards to what ‘the hardest part’ of being in your 20s actually is.

Contrary to popular belief, the hardest part about being in your 20s has nothing to do with finding yourself or having a job you absolutely despise. It is not about being lost somewhere in the middle of child and adulthood, nor is it about finding someone you wouldn’t mind sharing a bathroom with for the rest of your life.

Don’t get me wrong; all of that shit sucks too. That shit is real, agonizing, discouraging and hard to deal with. I won’t deny that. All I’m saying is that it’s not the hardest thing.

I too, spent the first (almost) half of my 20s misinformed. I am overworked and underpaid. I can’t seem to find a single straight male in NYC to share…

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