Mid-life crisis. Time for that Harley, the sports car, the younger love interest, or to get some work done on yourself. That’s the stereotype. And like most stereotypes it leaves a lot out.
Not everyone experiencing a mid-life crisis enjoy themselves. And I am not talking just about the protagonist, but the people around – the spouse, the kids, the siblings, the parents, the friends, you get the idea.
I am not going through a mid life crisis, at least not that I know of. But I do know people who are going through it now and I am sure so do you.
I recently spoke on this very topic with Maria Allyn and recorded our conversation for today’s episode. Maria is a mid-life crisis coach who spent her last 8 years helping women to get over this hurdle.
If you want to find out more about mid-life crisis, how it affects people and how to deal with it, you must listen to this week’s episode.
I hope you’ll find our discussion informative.
As always I welcome your feedback. Please post your comments online or drop me a line at [email protected]. I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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