These feelings at midlife can occur naturally or result from some significant loss or change—such as divorce or the death of a parent. Coming to terms with such loss or change can be difficult enough, but when it is complicated by midlife transition, the process can feel bewildering and overwhelming.
Mid-Life. Last reviewed 12/31/1969
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