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What Is an Identity Crisis?

By Kendra Cherry — 2021

An identity crisis is a developmental event that involves a person questioning their sense of self or place in the world.

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The Second Identity Crisis: How to Deal in a Smart Way with a New Phase of Life

One of Erikson’s most important contributions was to describe this as a psychosocial phenomenon—an interaction between someone’s sense of who he or she is as a person and society’s recognition of that person as an individual.

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Are You Having an Identity Crisis?

Here are four key ways to identify your identity.

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What to Do If You Don’t Know Who You Are

If you ever find yourself thinking “I don’t know who I am,” you might wonder why you might feel this way and what you can do to change that.

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Identity Crisis: Discover Your Identity

Whether you’re questioning your identity or just haven’t taken the time to develop your own identity to begin with, getting to know you is an important part of living a full and happy life. Here are some helpful tips to get to know yourself.

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5 Areas of Personal Growth (Plus Tips for Development)

Understanding personal growth and how you can achieve it can help you use your skills efficiently in the workplace and advance professionally.

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Personal Development: 9 Skills, Tips, and Examples

Why personal development is so important and how to improve yourself.

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How Spirituality Affects Mental Health

Understanding the difference between a spiritual crisis and a mental illness is important to get to the root of the problem.

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When Spiritual Crises Show Up in the Mental Health System

Spiritual “emergencies” require understanding from mental health professionals.

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It’s Perfectly OK to Call a Disabled Person ‘Disabled,’ and Here’s Why

We’ve been taught to refer to people with disabilities using person-first language, but that might be doing more harm than good.

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What College Students Really Think About Cancel Culture

A grassroots civil-dialogue movement creates a new kind of safe space: one that invites students from across the political spectrum to discuss controversial issues, including policing, gender identity, and free speech itself.

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