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These 8 Meaningful Books Explain The Quarter Life Crisis

If quarter life crises exist, does that mean 3 crises over the course of our lives in total? Better get prepped!

The quarter life crisis is not talked about much; the mid life crisis takes the cake on that one. That’s not to say a quarter life crisis is a breeze. A quarter life crisis is truly tough, and these authors know that.

These books cover various aspects and different stories about the quarter life crisis. It’s definitely helpful to hear stories about those who’ve gone through it before you, not to mention the inspirational decisions and strong-willed people that star in these brilliant books. Our top pick might be “Welcome to your crisis” – a motivational and positive approach to grabbing your crisis by the neck and learning from it.

#1 Thirty As F*** by Sarah Ordo

Thiry As F*** by Sarah Ordo
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Adina Mahalli from Maple Holistics.

If you’re dreading aging like the plague, feel like you peaked in high school, or are approaching your thirties with more anxiety than you can handle, then this is the book for you. Ondo shares what she has learned through her quarter-life crisis and how these (hilarious) experiences shaped the powerful woman she is today. This is a must-read book by a real woman, for real women, about real quarter-life issues.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#2 Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh

Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Andrew Golden from Andrew Golden – Blogger.

Hyperbole And A Half originated as a webcomic that addresses a varied collection of topics in author Allie Brosh’s life. Brosh is impossibly funny, employing wit and unusual illustrative style to touch on topics that are as light as her simple dog and its antics to weighty, darker issues, including her depression. This book is a must-read for anyone who is struggling with a quarter-life crisis. The chapter entitled This Is Why I’ll Never Be An Adult is especially relatable for anyone struggling with balancing far too many things in their life.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#3 Searching for God in the Garbage

Searching for God in the Garbage
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Bracha Goetz from Spiritual Books.

Experience what goes on inside the mind of a Harvard grad who broke the habits that were imprisoning her in this raw and candid memoir about overcoming food addictions, changing the course of life in one’s twenties, and finding lasting joy. How did she fill the inner emptiness? By nourishing her hungry soul.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#4 Smashed Avocado and the Quarter Life Crisis by Jacqueline Cripps

Smashed Avocado and the Quarter Life Crisis by Jacqueline Cripps
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Kerianne Vianden from Hotels4Teams.

The sassy but truthful voice of this book rings home to millennials that are constantly told they are the generation that has it all by older folks. But with heaping college debt, self esteem issues, social media addiction, and pressure in dating, it sure doesn’t feel that way at all. Cripps’ background in psychology and social sciences shines through as she uses this book to help millennials navigate through tricky territory that is unique to our generation.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#5 Deadly Game: The Horns of the Rhino

Deadly Game: The Horns of the Rhino
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Sarah Sherwood from Sherwood Communications.

The character in an all out quarter-life crisis is Choban, and he is caught in a world of poaching–killing wildlife animals in order to survive–but he is at a loss for how he will get himself out of this complex and horrifying web of violence. The psychology of poverty and abuse is explored.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#6 Welcome to Your Crisis by Laura Day

Welcome to Your Crisis by Laura Day
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Roth Wilson from Techunderworld.

Welcome to Your Crisis: How to Use the Power of Crisis to Create the Life You Want Author: Laura Day Published in 2006, it is a lifesaver book. It helps you how to deal with the crisis by not affecting your self. It explains that every cloud has a silver lining. Ask yourself who I am? Look inside and identify your purpose in life. It gives a practical approach to deal with depression and anxiety with positivity and forward-thinking.

The author has excellent research and experience to deal with the crisis by making yourself calm and productive to life goals. The book is written conversationally, whatever you are facing in life. Laura addressed it in a very efficient, dramatic, and positive manner that everyone can relate to himself.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#7 Incremental Improvements by Mike Brodsky

Incremental Improvements by Mike Brodsky
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Mike Brodsky from Incremental Improvements.

The author shares ideas and strategies for making improvements in many aspects of one’s life. For a young professional in his or her 20s or 30s who is trying to juggle education, a budding career, relationships, family, and possibly even parenthood, this book suggests many potential actions and behaviors that can help to lead the reader on the path to success and personal development in a more manageable way.

The reader may also learn techniques for balancing life’s various challenges without becoming overwhelmed. It’s a great guide for those who are still trying to “figure it all out” as they feel like they’re going through a quarter-life crisis.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#8 The Quarter-Life Breakthrough by Adam Smiley Poswolsky

The Quarter-Life Breakthrough by Adam Smiley Poswolsky
Who recommended this book?
This was recommended by Usama Mushtaq from Decrum.

The Quarter-Life Breakthrough provides fresh, honest, counter intuitive, and inspiring career advice for anyone stuck in a quarter-life crisis (or third-life crisis), trying to figure out what to do with your life.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

Contributors to this article
Adina Mahalli from Maple Holistics

Andrew Golden from Andrew Golden – Blogger

Bracha Goetz from Spiritual Books

Kerianne Vianden from Hotels4Teams

Sarah Sherwood from Sherwood Communications

Roth Wilson from Techunderworld

Mike Brodsky from Incremental Improvements

Usama Mushtaq from Decrum

Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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