Paying taxes, saving money, finding an apartment, job interviews skills, conflict resolution, forcing yourself to be a morning person, finding time to go to the gym, managing your schedule, meal prepping--adulthood is about a lot more than just going to the dentist and going to bed whenever you want to. Sure, it's never fun to be the oldest person at the party bumming out the younger generations by the beer table by explaining how health insurance works, sometimes it's necessary to be the bitter bearer of bad news. There are always lessons people have to learn on their own, but a fair warning never hurts.
So, when a Reddit user asked, "What's the sad reality of being an adult that young people should know?" people were ready to share the truths they wish someone had told them.
TV Series always portray friends hanging out all the time as though their schedules always sync. In reality, you barely get to hang out together or even talk in group chats because everyone's busy with work and the ups & downs of adulthood. - thethirdidiot