Younger generations have always been seen by their elders as in a hurry, always rushing through life. Now research has been released that shows that today’s 26 to 30-year-olds are facing an early version of the midlife crisis.a quarter-life crisis. Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, has more on these surprising findings.
Quarter-life Crisis? By: CWALAC Staff - 7/8/2010