Man Panics After Reaching Age Where Parents Prematurely Started Family

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Man Panics After Reaching Age Where Parents Prematurely Started Family

KANSAS CITY, MO—Sources confirmed Wednesday that 28-year-old graphic designer Gerald Lawler experienced an anxiety attack following the realization that he was the same age as his parents when they prematurely started a family. “By this time, my parents were already raising a child and had backed themselves into working a job they hated just to make ends meet,” said Lawler, anxiously comparing his current apartment to the tract home whose mortgage his parents are still paying off. “Pretty soon I’ll be 30. Dad had already left Mom when he was 33. I’d better get a move on.” Lawler added, however, that he’s already much more experienced with therapy and antidepressants than his parents were at 28.

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