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Midlife Crisis in Women

Living life doesn't stop when you reach the age of 50; there's still more of it to discover. Mid-life is about renewal: It’s the time to renegotiate our purpose, refocus our relationships, and transform the way we think about the world and ourselves. 

Once we reach the age of 50, everything is dependent upon our mindset and level of self-care. Every day we get a choice of what we choose to look at, and how we choose to feel. We can choose to mop and drag our feet, or we can gaze at the sky and marvel at the stars.

The most crucial aspect of our lives—what we decide to focus on—is within our control. Whether we choose to or not, we can be grateful for what we have and who we are. We have the option to either choose self-acceptance and engage in behaviors that boost our confidence. Although we may not have much control over the outside world, we do have complete power over what we choose to focus on. 

We are living longer, but in order to do so in a healthier and longer manner, we must make wise decisions. Even while there are challenges we confront as we become older, what’s even more real is that if we “take it easy” we’re going to decline. It's important to have confidence in our capabilities and to not let our age limit us in any way.  Self-care, will help keep  us happy, healthy, and resilient. Don’t wait, don’t settle. This is our life, we only get one, and now is the time to make fullest use of it.

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It isn't where you came from; it's where you're going that counts.

                         Ella Fitzgerald

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