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What AM I Going To Be When I Grow Up??

One of the most exciting times in life is when we move from adolescence into young adulthood. There are so many opportunities opening up, so many options, and a new found freedom and independence as we move away from the homes we have been a part of our whole lives into a life on our own. While it seems that we all wait and wait for this day to come and start our own lives, we forget to think about the struggles and difficulties that may come with it.

Yes it is a time for adventure and exploration, but that time can sometimes also be confusing, and can be hard to navigate through all of these changes. There are many young adults entering this stage of life that do struggle with who they want to be, what they want to do with their life, while at the same time struggling to stay afloat financially, and make important life decisions. It can be a lot to take on, and can sometimes become overwhelming.

At Wasatch we offer a group for young adults working to navigate the challenges that this stage in life throws at us. The young adult group meets Wednesday evenings and offers support through the challenges faced at this stage. We also offer coping strategies for anxiety and depression, while working to build relationships and make the most of the decisions that young adults are faced with daily.

Just remember if you are one of the many that are entering young adulthood and feel overwhelmed by where your life is taking you, you are not alone! Please feel free to get in touch with us here at Wasatch if you have further questions about this, or if you might be interested in learning more about our young adult group.

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