|Jonathan Bosworth Counselling Psychologist Johannesburg
Twenty-some-things or people in their twenties are often not taken seriously. This period of life is commonly associated as being fun and carefree. In the following Ted Talk psychologist Meg Jay points out how this may be an unhelpful misconception. She thought-provokingly points out how one's twenties can have a major impact on the rest of one's life: in one's career, relationships and beyond. Jay call the twenties the critical developmental period of adulthood. I think this video is not only important for twenty-some-things (and pre-twenty-some-things) but also for older persons contemplating their development, their life-defining-moments and where they are currently.
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