Quarterlife crisis refers to feelings of confusion, anxiety, and self-doubt experienced by some people in their twenties, especially after completing their education. The term is named by analogy with mid-life crisis.
Quarterlife crisis(青年危机)指二十几岁的年轻人，尤其在刚刚完成学业后，经历的迷茫、焦虑及自我怀疑等情绪。这是仿照mid-life crisis(中年危机)这个说法来定义的。
The quarterlife crisis variation was popularized by a book called Quarterlife Crisis: The Unique Challenges of Life in Your Twenties, by Alexandra Robbins and Abby Wilner, which was published in May, 2001.
Quarterlife crisis 这一说法在2001年5月由亚历山大•罗宾斯和艾比•维尔纳合著的名为《青年危机：你二十几岁时独特的生活挑战》的书出版后开始被广泛使用。
I struggled with anxiety, panic, and fear for some time, never knowing it was driven by my quarterlife crisis.