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I’ve been thinking about this for a while and talking to different people about what defines someone as being or no longer being a young adult. Some of the factors I’ve heard people use are chronological age, level of maturity, how many benchmarks of adulthood you’ve achieved (degrees, kids, spouse, home ownership/renting etc.)…but I think a big part of it has to do with how old my high school experience is. I graduated ten years ago. I think that my high school experience is now no more useful to a current high school student than if I were 40 – the really useful stuff about high school “culture” and the day-to-day stuff…my experiences are obsolete. Just wanted to open up the conversation, if anyone else has any thoughts.
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