The Twenty-Something Condition(TSC) is the phase in a person's life spanning the years from 20 to 29. It is marked by an immense sense of confusion and inner turmoil, with emotions springing between the extreme ends of the spectrum. Persons with TSC do not wish to change the past(see quarter life crisis
), instead focusing more on second-guessing their choices for the future. They rarely plan for more than a few months in advance; a long term goals lasts one year. The question 'what do I want' plagues their lives.
Symptoms of this condition include but are not limited to:
Unexplained laughter/tears. Poor nutrition and health habits. Heightened sense of pressure. Job hopping. Questionable financial decisions. Emotional breakdowns. Jealousy of other people's lives. Over-thinking to the point of not thinking at all. Unintended Sobriety/Drunkenness. Fear of commitment. Procrastination.
As of yet there is no known cure, but studies have shown that identifying with other victims can mitigate symptoms. If you think you or anyone you know might have the Twenty-Something Condition please feel free to shout TSC in solidarity.