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What I Learned From My Midlife Crisis

The view from the other side can help you too.

Image supplied by author (Pictured: me with my glasses adjusted so I could see the best, and I also need a shave)

The idea of the midlife crisis did not begin until 1957 when Canadian, Elliott Jaques, read one of his papers to the British Psycho-Analytical Society. It declared that the catalyst for this event was when people came to grips with their mortality and that their lives were half over.

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Michael Hollifield

Michael Hollifield

Blogger, speaker, passionate about encouraging humanity through personal experience.