How Self-Reflection Helps to Transform Our Lives during Midlife Crisis
Reaching adulthood and midlife crisis
All of us go through mill of life from the birth to the death. The period in between defines our lives. How we live mostly depend in the initial years of our lives molded by our parents, and siblings, and friends. The first 40 years of a person’s life usually dedicated to family, schooling, getting a job, finding a life partner, and starting a family. The transition from young adulthood and living completely on your own can be fun and exciting. This phase in a person’s life usually progresses rapidly.
Even as a child you probably thought you knew what you wanted to be when you grew up. Perhaps, your vision entailed a fantasy life incorporated with healthy living and wealthy life. Further, many people dream to retire young and rich from their careers to pursue their passion. Most people dream about the things they want to do with their lives. Nonetheless, it can be devastating when dreams do not come true. Moreover, most people find it difficult to pursue their dreams during the peak of their careers.
Too often dreams put on hold because of the demands of life. If you are not a wealthy banker with pinstriped suit and a fancy car or a successful businessperson, you may begin looking at your life in a different way. This may lead to comparing what you dreamt for yourself and what you are actually living. Sometimes people may feel disappointed with what they have not accomplished in their lives.
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