A midlife crisis is unarguably one of the most contested topics in psychology, mainly because research on this purportedly widespread issue is scant. Many theorists believe it to be a myth or argue that it only exists in certain cultures. At the same time, others insist a midlife crisis is a real problem that offers individuals a second chance at goal-setting for meaningful growth.
Irrespective of these opposing theories, people experiencing a supposed midlife crisis suffer from a vast range of uncomfortable symptoms that severely affect their life. Fortunately, most find immense relief in therapy that allows them to resolve past trauma, protect relationships, and develop a plan for the future.
Is midlife crisis real? What are its symptoms, and how can you support yourself and a loved one going through this challenging time? This article will shed light on all these aspects in detail.
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