That seems to be when life starts, when people start being people rather than just persons-in-training
I Told My Therapist About You.
Abby Norman

I often had the same thought but in my mid-20s. I just began to assume that life really began when you left behind your 20s and entered your 30s; all fun and games and mistakes were over at that time, and you better have your ish together. I’m now 30, and I still feel like I’m waiting for my life to begin, even while raising a 5-year-old. I have to accept that I’m still a work very much in progress, and to just take it all in stride.

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