Indian minds are wired very differently and taught from the beginning in a different way. For many of us, our responsibilities are dependent on the monetary aspect and so, we compromise on our dreams and join any random job that comes to us. By the time we are released by these liabilities, we must have learned compromising in life. As a result, we shut our brains in taking risks and achieve dreams. Stuck between your dreams and a dissatisfying job, a mid-life crisis comes into your life.
Midlife Crisis is defined as a consistency in the routine, recurring thoughts of inevitable mortality leading to a feeling of unfulfilment possibly due to unfulfilled goals, anxiety, sometimes even regretfulness. This situation, in India generally starts at the age of late 20s or early 30s where we are almost settled with our jobs and families yet not consider ourselves satisfied.