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I thought I would really like this book, since I'm experiencing a bit of a quarterlife crisis myself.
If you wanted actual constructive advice about what to do and how to handle things that come up during this time of your life, this book will not be useful.
No mention is made of poorer young adults, and even well-off young adults who choose not to go to college.
This author also writes for Cosmopolitan Magazine, something she advertises on her book jacket, but not on her professional website. Well, it shows. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alicia Renee Hamilton
I got this book for my friend's 25th birthday and ended up wanting to keep it to read for myself, it's a great book! And this seller got it shipped fast!Published 6 months ago by Amanda Kahl
I bought this book thinking it would help me overcome my confusion and sense of helplessness in life. I had no idea what I wanted to do after college and thanks to this book... Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Cassin
Great book but too oriented to US graduated people. I would recommend reading it with an open mind about what it saysPublished 13 months ago by nmohamed
Requirement for college class at the time it was a great buy to red as I enjoyed it. I'm 33 now and time has flown by my eyesPublished 17 months ago by SexySeptember
Ok so here is the book in its entirety:
" I graduated from XYZ college on WXW mayor, but then i figured it didnt make me happy, so i went back studied XYZ and now I'm... Read more
This book is So-so. I wrote my thesis on Emerging adulthood, and I think this is an interesting book. Read morePublished on October 1, 2010 by Steve Conn
This book is one of those you feel like certain parts were written spacifically for you. I'm enjoying it and it's helping me cope with everythign on my plate right now. Read morePublished on September 18, 2009 by Denise