Zodiac Signs

4 Zodiacs Entering Their Midlife Crisis Era This April (No Matter Their Age)

You don’t have to be in your 40s to be having a midlife crisis. All you need to do is buy a fancy car you don’t need with money you don’t have. Or panic and change your entire life path. Or fall into a deep pit of existential dread and despair. And, lucky–or unlucky–for all of us, this midlife crisis can happen at any age and when you least expect it. So who’s most likely to be entering their midlife crisis era this April? If you’re one of these four extra sensitive zodiac signs, get ready to start feeling everything.


You cling to your youth with an iron fist. While other people your age are moving on, changing their lives, and settling down, you’re over here still partying like you did when you were a teen. You’re flirting with everyone and dancing into the wee hours of the night. You’re egging people on to stay out late or go on spontaneous trips. While it may not feel like a midlife crisis era to you, your friends might disagree. To you, you’re just having fun and doing the things that make you happy, and there’s nothing wrong with that.


You know those classic paintings of women laying on chaise longues, looking like they’re overwhelmed by every moment of their days? Yeah, that’s what your midlife crisis era is going to look like. For you, April showers don’t bring May flowers–they’ll bring an intense feeling that your life isn’t going the direction you want it to. You’ll be floating through the world wondering what you want and getting very few answers. Hopefully, by the end of the month, you’ll have a much clearer view of your future.


For some, their midlife crises are spurred on by intense burnout. They work and work and seem to go nowhere while everyone around them does nothing at all and manages to succeed. That’s you, babe. In April, you’ll be on course for a massive stress-induced nervous breakdown. But, lucky for you, what comes after will be a midlife crisis era where you finally tell people what you think of them. All the fucks you had to give will fall away and you’re left with sass, attitude, and not a care in the world. (And it’ll look good on you.)


Get ready for the existential dread that accompanies some people’s midlife crisis era. Not that you don’t already have existential crises on the regular, but this April you’ll be feeling it more than ever before. Why were you put on this Earth? What’s the meaning of life? Is there even a point to anything? These questions will leave you feeling empty and you may end up doing some interesting things to fill that void. Let’s hope, that when your midlife crisis era ends, you’re left with answers and newfound hope and not a bunch of debt and a warrant for your arrest.

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