Is there really such a thing as a “Mid Life Crisis”?
And how come we seem to expect it at about 50 years of age?
Apart from anything else, this seems a pretty optimistic assumption.
Even though we’re living longer on average – certainly in the West – it implies we’re going to live to 100.
But when it impacts on a relationship is it just a term that’s used to avoid reality?
Is it more likely the party having the “Mid Life Crisis” just want out?
Julie and I discuss…