Psychlogical Issues

Midlife Crisis – Fact or Fiction? Part 2

by on Sep.02, 2011, under Psychlogical Issues

The symptoms of midlife crisis are numerous. According to the Journal of Psychology in an article written by D.L. Shek, the midlife crisis is often thought to include: worries about the future, inability to have fun, health concerns, a deteriorating marital relationship, a negative attitude about work, and stress over taking care of elderly parents. In other words, the midlife crisis is the time when one recognizes that the rest of his life will be based on a different set of realities and responsibilities than he has previously known. (continue reading…)

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Midlife Crisis – Fact or Fiction? Part 1

by on Sep.02, 2011, under Psychlogical Issues

A Russian comic who had his 15 minutes of fame in our country (and whose name I can’t recall) used to punctuate his dialogue with the phrase ‘America. What a country!’ whenever he was doing his stand-up comedy routines. He would say these words with a smile and a certain look in his eye. It was hard to tell if he thought America was amazing, ridiculous, fantastic or a little of each. (continue reading…)

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