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  • Britons in their mid-thirties are having adulting crises
  • Britons in their mid-thirties are having adulting crises
    Christin Hume (2017) ©
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Britons in their mid-thirties are having adulting crises

Turning 21 used to be seen as the gateway to adulthood, but the deadline for growing up has been pushed back. As more people delay major life markers like marriage and kids, those in their mid-30s are feeling many of the stresses and pressures that once happened earlier in life.

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