How to Grow Up and Take Control of Your Life
Todd Brison

Save for the observation that everything that happens to you after 18 is 100% caused by you — after all, the vicissitudes of life come with many circumstances that are outside the purview of one’s control, both good and bad stuff—I see the relevance of having written this piece at this time.

By the same token, I feel sad that it provides a relevant, timely and much needed message for so many (too many) young adults. These guideposts should have been things they naturally learned while growing up into adulthood, not after they reached it. As such, it unfortunately reveals a large and pervasive deficiency in our child rearing skills.

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