The Myths of Mid-Life

Mid-life doesn't have to be a crisis. In fact, getting older often means getting wiser. Here's how to embrace the good years.

Mrs. Robinson Hits the Sheets

By Lybi Ma

Seven steps to embrace sex—especially during menopause.

It's Just a Phase

By Vivian Diller Ph.D.

A reality in search of a new name?

My Empty Nest

By Nando Pelusi Ph.D.

Finding the positive in an empty nest.

How to Have a Mid-Life

By Robert Rowland Smith

A good midlife crisis makes you look forward not back.

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