Just when you're comfortable in your own skin, it starts to sag : rewriting the rules of midlife / Amy Nobile & Trisha Ashworth.
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- ISBN: 9781452164335
- ISBN: 1452164339
- Physical Description: 207 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 
- Copyright: ©2018
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Um, is this IT? (Why we wrote the book) -- Balancing an eighteen-year-old and a seventy-eight year old (Entering the perfect storm) -- Who do I want to be when I grow up? (Aligning expectations and reality) -- For the first time, I'm becoming myself (Finding meaning, community, and happiness) -- Do these crow's feet make my feet look big? (Redefining the idea of beauty) -- Special section (Menopause made me do it) -- Is this really the only husband I'm ever gonna have? (Expect a midlife relationship reset) -- Don't be afraid to fail, be afraid not to try (Discovering your purpose and passion) -- In conclusion: A passionate plea for gratitude.
This clever and witty guide takes women through the new and sometimes challenging phase of middle age. Whether married, single, widowed, divorced, with children or without, this is a road map for how to embrace and thrive in this new phase of life, with chapters covering redefining what beauty means after age 40, caring for aging parents, navigating midlife relationships and dating, and discovering new career paths. With helpful quizzes, friendly advice, and inspiring quotes from women who have been there, this smart and engaging book gives readers the tools to turn a midlife crisis into a midlife opportunity.
As you move into your forties and fifties, you have a nagging sense that something is missing. Nobile and Ashworth have been there-- and they discovered that midlife is the perfect time to rediscover how to take care of themselves. Here they share the wisdom, to prove that reaching midlife is anything but a crisis.
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