I have shared experiences from online dating, social organizations, fix-ups, speed dating, old lovers and new acquaintances. The questions I pose are universal and straightforward; they address real situations.
This website is for midlife women who have read my book.
You may have lived with a spouse who, from all outward appearances seemed to have been happy in the marriage.
His wife had gone for a "straight-laced Christian" to a woman who questioned whether or not there was a God.Jason said he no longer knew the woman he had been married to for 18 years and was concerned she might be going through a midlife crisis.They are both now living with the painful consequences of his indecision.You may have just celebrated your 29th anniversary.Participating a bit in their new found need for adventure can bring you closer together instead of creating the distance that can cause the midlife crisis spouse to start questioning whether or not to stay in the marriage.
Some who go through a midlife crisis will experience depression that affects their mood and to the point that activities and relationships are negatively affected. If you think your spouse is suffering from depression watch for the following symptoms: I received a letter from Jason who was concerned about changes he was seeing in his wife.
My approach is to directly involve you, the reader, to vicariously journey with me and let's figure this out together.
It is my hope that through this exchange you will find answers to your questions as well.
One thing is sure, she is questioning her values and beliefs and no one knows where these questions will lead her. If it weren't for you, life would be grand for the midlife crisis spouse.
If he trips on a banana peel at work, you will get blamed.
The husband/wife who is going through a midlife crisis may become tired of the "same old, same old" in the bedroom.