Our list of some of the best Midlife Crisis books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.
- Hidden Blessings: Midlife Crisis As a Spiritual Awakening (2017)
- Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really Grow Up (2006)
- Male Midlife Crisis: Why It Causes Men To Destroy Their Families, Finances and Even Commit Suicide…and What You Should Do (2014)
- Men in Midlife Crisis (1997)
- Mastering Your Husband’s Midlife Crisis (2019)
- MIDMEN: The Modern Man’s Guide to Surviving Midlife Crisis (2015)
- Midlife Crisis (Loyalty Series) (2019)
- Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife (2017)
- Fly Fishing Through the Midlife Crisis (2006)
- How to Survive Your Husband’s Midlife Crisis: Strategies and Stories from The Midlife Wives Club (2011)
**WINNER of the 2017 Independent Press Award for Spiritual/Self Help books **WINNER of the 2017 National Indie Excellence Awards for Personal Growth books At Midlife Your Story is Only Half Told… Many people “die” in their 50s and just aren’t buried until their 80s…
What does it really mean to be a grown up in today’s world? We assume that once we “get it together” with the right job, marry the right person, have children, and buy a home, all is settled and well. But adulthood presents varying levels of growth, and is rarely the respite of stability we expected.
Male Midlife Crisis: Why It Causes Men To Destroy Their Families, Finances and Even Commit Suicide…and What You Should Do (2014)
How Can You Know If He’s Going Through Midlife Crisis, and And What Can You Do If He Is? Or, if he’s not at that point yet, what can you do so it doesn’t happen at all? We make fun of midlife crisis but there’s nothing funny about it when you’re the one going through it. Too often, families are ripped apart, finances are ruined, and sadly, too many men respond by committing suicide.
Men in Midlife Crisis (1997)
Jim Conway writes for all men who face midlife and have thought about walking away from family, work, church . . . all responsibilities, and never coming back. Of his own midlife crisis he says, “I feel like a vending machine. Someone pushes a button, and out comes an article. The family pushes buttons and out comes dollars. The community pushes other buttons. . .
Have you ever thought you are losing your mind because your husband became a stranger over night? Has he told you, your marriage is over, and he is no longer in love with you, or has never loved you? Is he rewriting your history, and sees no future with you, and you feel like you have no say in your marriage?
Eighty percent of modern, middle-aged men are having what is known as a midlife crisis. These men represent the highest concentration of wealth, the longest terms of unemployment and (drum roll please) the highest rate of suicide. They also represent over four million inappropriate gold stud earrings, seventeen billion individual hair transplants and eight thousand miles of hairy muffin top.
Sylvia Blackwell has it all, or so she thinks. She and her handsome husband, Garrett, are the epitome of success: an immaculate house of their dreams, a beautiful and talented 17-year-old daughter, flourishing careers, and nearly twenty years of perfectly wedded bliss. Just as they are making plans for their vow renewal celebration, a call in the middle of the night interrupts their picture-perfect lives.
Daniel H. Pink, author of To Sell Is Human and DriveA dynamic and inspiring exploration of the new science that is redrawing the future for people in their forties, fifties, and sixties for the better—and for good.There’s no such thing as an inevitable midlife crisis, Barbara Bradley Hagerty writes in this provocative, hopeful book. It’s a myth, an illusion.
Howell Raines has gone fly fishing with presidents of the United States and legends of the sport, as well as relatives, childhood friends, and his two sons. Casting deep into the waters of his tumultuous and momentous life – his storied career at the New York Times, his painful divorce, his seven-year feud with his father, his memorable friendship with fisherman/philosopher Richard C.
How to Survive Your Husband’s Midlife Crisis: Strategies and Stories from The Midlife Wives Club (2011)
You are in a committed relationship, married or involved exclusively with one another. You thought everything was glorious—or, at least as glorious as it gets. All relationships have some rough spots. But now it seems that you are always fighting. Or he just doesn’t act like himself anymore. He doesn’t like his job. He wants a sportier car. He says you and he have grown apart.
Best Midlife Crisis Books: The Ultimate Collection
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Midlife Crisis: The Feminist Origins of a Chauvinist Cliché
Author(s): Susanne Schmidt
ID: 2597108, Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Year: 2020, Size: 4 Mb, Format: pdf
Why we can't sleep: women's new midlife crisis
Author(s): Calhoun, Ada
ID: 2866491, Publisher: Grove Press, Year: 2020, Size: 351 Kb, Format: epub
Why We Can't Sleep: Women's New Midlife Crisis
Author(s): Ada Calhoun
ID: 2477522, Publisher: Grove Atlantic, Year: 2019, Size: 260 Kb, Format: epub
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