A thrisis usually occurs between the ages of 26 and 32, and is that final push into adulthood. It describes the feeling of anxiety that crept into our own lives as we left our 20s and hit the big 30, a period of time when we're not young enough to be young and not old enough to be old.
Many 30-somethings feel like they're on a slow path to hitting traditional adult milestones. Most of them struggle to find meaning, and evaluate where they are in their personal and professional lives, and some experiencing job burnout. It’s a GREy area, that many try to finagle through, avoiding more responsibilities, yet still taking a claim to those ravishing days of dark nights, city streetlights, pumping fists, and club noise.