This article can also be listened to with our podcast "Small Talk for Adults" , or you can choose to listen to Spotify Today, I want to talk about the topic "Why is it so hard to grow up". A lot of people have mentioned to me that they miss their childhood or school days. Although I feel that my student days were still full of hardships, so I don't feel that way, but I can understand why many people feel nostalgic about that period. After all, there are few things to worry about when you are young.
If your family is better off, you remove background from image have enough to eat, and you wear warm clothes, apart from reading and grades, you are really carefree. But as we get older, we begin to make more and more choices. For example, we need to choose schools and departments in universities, consider whether to continue our studies after graduation, and then decide what jobs to do and how to develop our careers. Others are like choosing a partner, whether to get married, whether to have a child, whether to buy a house, and where to buy it; or investing in financial management, you need to understand finance, understand the international situation, and understand politics.
If a child is born, more problems arise. Most people face all kinds of choices in life, either they choose casually, or they don’t choose if they think there is a chance. This is actually not difficult to understand, after all, the choice is not easy. But I actually have a concept that I want to share with everyone who suffers from this. I don't deny that there are indeed more questions to think about when we grow up, but these questions that finally get us stuck are not actually caused by "growing up". Those questions have always been there. The only difference is that when we are young, we can avoid these problems by temporarily not dealing with them.