The myth of midlife crisis

A new view of midlife can prevent it from being a crisis.

The Bible Tells us that Methuselah lived to be 969 years old. Do you suppose he had a midlife crisis when he turned 500?

Society seems to have a label and an accompanying scenario for every stage of life, a chronology of stereotypes to which all human beings are expected to conform. During the past century, the Sentinel has alerted readers to the false assumptions and limitations associated with, among other ages, the terrible twos, troubled teens, generation Xers, and senior citizens.

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