Young Adulthood (Ages 20–40)
Although perhaps not exclusive to it, certain experiential and biological phenomena characterize young adulthood. For example, it is the time when most individuals in Western culture leave home, begin careers, marry, and become parents. However, the shift from physical progression to retrogression, from growth to aging, is one biological phenomenon unique to this phase.
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