Kill the myth that people have “finally made it” in life only once they have a family with kids.
Kill the myth that people have “finally made it” in life only once they’ve gotten married or found some great romantic interest.
Kill the myth that people have “finally made it” in life once they graduate from high school, college, earn a job, gain financial independence, and so on.
Kill the myth that there’s any point in life that people have “finally made it.” Life is fluid, inconsistent, ever-changing, and everything we think we have is not always beneficial to us or stable, and everything has the ability to be lost or drastically altered in just a matter of seconds.
All these myths were built on the foundation of some form of oppression, and continue on because of the problematic idea that our worth and meaning in life is based on what and how much we do, rather than the fact that we simply exist.