Spirituality in Emerging Adults

By Todd W Hall

The way people become adults has changed over the past 50 years. No longer do we hit 18 and instantly mature to an adult. Instead, psychologists have found that during our years from 18-29, adulthood emerges much slower than it used to, with all sorts of implications about how we grow mentally and spiritually during that period. Here, psychologist Todd Hall (drtoddhall.com) shares his research findings based on his study of spirituality in emerging adults.

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