Transformative Therapy and Holistic Coaching Program for young adult men: 6-9 month Journey to Empower Your Young Adult for Independence and Success
75% of Millennials Report Experiencing a Quarter-Life Crisis
43% of Gen Z Feel They Are Not “Living Fully”
The term “Failure To Launch Syndrome” characterizes the obstacles that certain young adults encounter as they grapple with the shift into the responsibilities and autonomy of adulthood. This phenomenon takes on diverse expressions, such as challenges in obtaining and maintaining employment, prolonged cohabitation with parents beyond the usual age, and a lack of motivation to establish and pursue personal and professional goals.
As a parent of a Generation Z or Millennial child, witnessing your young one teetering on the edge of uncertainty can be distressing. You’ve observed your child, once brimming with dreams, now caught in a state of inaction, battling low self-esteem, and grappling with uncertainty.
There are nights when you lay awake, pondering if you played a role in their struggles. Did you shield them too much? Perhaps you didn’t nudge them enough? These questions weigh on your mind as you witness your child wrestle with decisions about their future, be it related to their career, education, or even everyday tasks. It’s disheartening to see them cope with anxiety, diminished self-esteem, and a lack of motivation.
Our program is meticulously crafted to guide Millennials and Zoomers through the challenges of the ‘Failure to Launch’ syndrome, enabling them to confidently step into a more promising future.
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Who is This Program For: Indicators of ‘Failure to Launch’ Syndrome
High Dependency: Young adults exhibit an inability to maintain financial self-sufficiency, basic life skills, or emotional independence. Signs include:
- Financial Reliance: Relying on parents for essentials like food, rent, or living expenses.
- Expecting Home Comforts: Feeling entitled to home comforts without contributing to household chores.
- Emotional Dependence: Solely depending on family for emotional support, displaying immature emotional responses.
Avoidance Behaviors: Tendency to shirk responsibilities and avoid confrontational or challenging situations. This includes:
- Procrastination: Regularly delaying tasks or decisions.
- Escapism: Using technology excessively or engaging in substance use as a means of avoidance.
- Dishonesty: Avoiding difficult situations through dishonesty, either by omission or outright falsehoods.
Self-Sabotage: Engaging in behaviors that hinder success in academic, professional, or personal areas. Characteristics include:
- Frequent Withdrawal: Regularly quitting jobs or educational pursuits.
- Minimal Effort: Doing the bare minimum required in work or study settings.
- Relationship Challenges: Consistently damaging or ending relationships and opportunities.
Lack of Motivation: Exhibiting a general apathy or lack of enthusiasm for life. Indicators are:
- Persistent Fatigue: Constant tiredness and difficulty in getting out of bed.
- Lack of Drive: Showing little to no ambition or work ethic.
- Indifference: Apathy and lack of interest in various aspects of life.
Directionless: A noticeable absence of clear goals or plans for the future. This manifests as:
- Goal Deficiency: Not setting realistic goals or having overly ambitious, unattainable expectations.
- Indecisiveness: Ambivalence towards making significant life decisions.
- Feeling Lost: A pervasive sense of uncertainty about the future.
Low Confidence: Struggling with self-doubt and low self-esteem. This includes:
- Anxiety: Experiencing intense worry about abilities or future prospects.
- Feeling Overwhelmed: Frequently feeling stressed and unable to cope.
- Self-Worth Issues: Persistent feelings of inadequacy and unworthiness.
Addressing these symptoms often requires a multifaceted approach, including building life skills, emotional support, and professional therapy. Our goal is to empower young adults to overcome these challenges and unlock their full potential.