Midlife Love Navigating the Landmines

 

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Midlife Love: Navigating the Landmines. “Midlife: when the Universe grabs your shoulders and tells you “I’m not f-ing around, use the gifts you were given.” —Brene Brown. I don’t know about you, but I love seeing old people in love. Midlife Love: Navigating the Landmines. Midlife can be a time of restlessness and dissatisfaction, but before you decide to discard your relationship, wait, reflect and seek counsel. Don’t act in haste.

Barb DePree, MD, NCMP,MMM. 16 May 2017 Menopause & Aging Well. Midlife Love: Navigating the Landmines By Barb Depree, MD. Facebook Google+ Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Pinterest. I don’t know about you, but I love seeing old people in love.

The way they hold hands toddling down the street. The way they go about their daily tasks having made peace with the past. I think it’s a miracle when love lasts this. Contributed by Dr. Barb DePreeRed Hot Mamas Medical Expert “Midlife: when the Universe grabs your shoulders and tells you “I’m not f-ing around, use the gifts you were given.”Brene Brown I don’t know about you, but I love seeing old people in love.

The way they hold hands toddling down the street. The way. Midlife crisis in women, once considered a myth, is a well-documented event for many. Research suggests that happiness follows a U curve, dipping at midlife, and increasing again as we age. Here.

First things first, it is both natural and understandable if the feeling goes stronger that a midlife divorce could put an end to the midlife crisis.Being in the middle of a crisis situation, no matter what the nature of the crisis is, subconsciously the focus is on 2. What can you create from love? Is it a healed relationship? A beautiful poem? A solution to a problem created in fear or anger?

This Valentine’s Day, let’s all do our homework. Happy Valentine’s Day! (Check out my book, Tao Flashes, A Woman’s Way to Navigating the Midlife Journey with Integrity, Harmony and Grace, available on Amazon.). Navigating Your Midlife Issues. A midlife crisis can lead to “growth or destruction” for men, Margolies says.

You can look for the causes of the unhappiness you feel, then make thoughtful. One secret to midlife happiness is being a rookie at something. Trying new things and failing keeps you robust. Also, to revive a midlife marriage, mix things up: Hike, go dancing or set out in an RV. A Woman’s Way to Navigating the Midlife Journey with Integrity, Harmony and Grace you scroll through your Facebook feed, be prepared to tiptoe like Tiny Tim, not through tulips but through fields of landmines.

One wrong move, a comment of agreement or disagreement in this politically charged, post truth, post politeness environment can blow.

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The older you get, the more gardens you have abandoned.

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When they moved to higher ground and created a new den upstairs, they left this lower­level lair to become a has­been habitat, collecting depressed old furniture and knickknacks.

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The old ones had been charming— seasoned by age, blanketed by climbing roses and ivy, serving as friendly arms that embraced our lawn, patio, house, and anyone who happened to be there enjoying the beauty.

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The vast majority of midlife crises might be better understood as overdue calls to adventure, as spiritual opportunities triggered by a personal crisis — an affair, severe job dissatisfaction, an empty nest, or the simple realization one day that you’re not going to live forever.

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With so many things to do, they can have trouble settling down, even though the image of a stable home life appeals to them.

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On one side the low brick houses had in their dusty windows the sightless, moribund look of incurable decay – empty shells awaiting demolition.

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  • My ex husband went thru it!!! It was really tough! I had to leave because I just couldn’t forgive his affair! In the end it was a blessing to me from his narcissistic abuse!!

  • Jonathon. Thanks so very much for your insight into this issue! Im in my mid 50’s & have inexperienced this in my own life & it explains so much from my last relationship. Big hug back to you!!

  • I’m applying the NCP currently. However, I had bought presents for my ex right before she broke up with me. Is it advisable to pass her the presents through a friend? Will that push her further away?

  • Take note here Lame impala, wolfmother and all you overrated retro sounding bong fiends, it is possible to have that sound and be in time as demonstrated here.

  • reach 1:07… and its allready faked…. the inventory of the guy have no sense… its impossible someone randomly builing with this invrntory….

  • This is really cool to me because I’ve been to the museum, and I’ve met Bill. Good to hear that the word about it is being spread!

  • Because I didn’t have kids, I’ve always identified by my profession, like a man. I just got your self love book and I’m looking forward to reading it. You’re right…hugs are very much needed, especially in this time of COVID, which I am SO tired of!

  • Akira prevented so many deaths in Cambodia without the government’s help, yet they wanna shut him down because it’s too dangerous? So much help from the govt then… Buddha bless Akira!

  • More often than not she will blame the husband, eventually. Then she becomes angry, internally. Then she externalizes her anger, towards the person closest to her, you! Then she really exercises abstract, self-destructive behavior. By now you should be out of her reach. God forbid there are kids living at home, then she abuses them, yes psychological child abuse. Then, at some point the dust settles. And the damage is already done. You are far away from her by now (if you did the right thing) and the kids received a lifetime warranty for dysfunctional relationships in their future. The wife? She is not desirable by REAL men anymore and everyone in her “circle” knows it. She has developed a generally negative attitude due to her guilt and shame. Though she will not take responsibility for her actions, she will blame it all on someone else (you). She becomes embittered through the years and this prematurely ages her. She may or may not become lesbian. However, she will at some point wish that she had eaten some of the makeup that she had been putting on for years, thinking it may have made her a bit prettier on the inside. But its too late. For everything.

  • I was in Cambodia and at the landmine museum just over a year ago. Bill Morse explained the challenge of locating the mines in jungle that has grown up around it. As Evan said, metal detectors are useless, it needs to be done by hand and even bomb disposal gear that has been donated for volunteers is too heavy and hot to be worn in the jungle. It is literally a job of crawling inch by inch to locate them. Incredible story about an incredible man and an inspiring cause. Rare Earth is a rare gift! Keep up the great work!

  • I read a lot about midlife crisis and it look like is something that is coming from a shock, like losing a parent or a good friend, lots of stress from job, depression! Not all midlife crisis are very deep and a disaster, but some of them are, like me husband too! He is lost for 3 years so far! Ruined my life, emotionally, Thanks God he didn’t made a financial disaster so far! But he changed his job and losing half from his income and he keeps going to say that he doesn’t feel nothing for me and wants to move out! I did everything what I read about midlife crisis and nothing work! I don’t know how long I can take it anymore!

  • Friggin Love IT! I thought someone found some previously unheard old Lennon recordings and did something new and awesome with them. Very cool. There is hope for new music and cool melodies.

  • Only 1 percent of men will read your book, 99% of men don’t watch self help videos or seek it out, this is because men are not motivated by relationships, they don’t care basically, they don’t sit in the locker room or party and talk about how wonderful there relationships are because they are not motivated by this. All they talk about to other men is MONEY, POWER AND SEX, believe if your a woman you have to 100% of the work they usually sit in the seat but are definitely.not driving they are back seat passengers, that’s why you get CEO of companies bwho are amazing and there jobs but there home life with there wife and kids is crap, why?? Because they don’t care. Simple, meanwhile woman are motivated by a happy, healthy relationship and they talk and judge each other by this, that’s why the woman are dissatisfied and the men stay even if there not happy because they will cheat, they don’t really care. 1 percent of men leave marriages woman tend to leave 99 percent of the time if they are not emotionally connected anymore, men will stay, they don’t mind being in a miserable marriage and cheating. Lol!! ����