Your Midlife Crisis Is Only The Precursor To Your Good Life
A fresh take on the midlife crisis. We’ll look at happiness across a lifetime.
When you’re young, you probably think that by the time you turn 40, you’ll have it all figured out. A good job, perhaps marriage, children, hopefully some cash in the bank. But more and more research shows that your 40s are often a time of emotional upheaval, re-evaluation and dissatisfaction. A mid-life crisis? Perhaps. Our guest today says your happiness might be in a holding pattern. Wait until your 50s—even beyond, to find lasting happiness. A slice of Nirvana. Your joie de vivre. This hour, On Point: the real story on midlife and happiness.
– Jane ClaysonRead Article