It's good advice, considering the 20-something years have incredible potential for self-growth and transformation. We're stepping into adulthood, contemplating our ideologies and character, taking on responsibility and learning hard lessons. Our prefrontal cortexes are, famously, continuing to develop into a more mature, adult brain that can make more rational, adult decisions. But it's not as though "finding yourself" is a switch flipping, or a neuron sparking -- but rather a way of reconciling the person you want to be with the person you've always been.
It's growing into you.
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