Carlo Strenger, psychologist, writing in the Wall Street Journal says there is no longer a need for boomers to experience mid life crises. After countless interviews with the 50+ crowd, he finds they are less racked with self doubt as in yesteryear. He wrote in The Existential Necessity of Midlife Change that this change/transition is healthy. Longevity has increased opportunities for boomers. He points out that these transition phases should be planned; they won’t happen smoothly just because we attend a retirement workshop. For more go to Independent, i.e
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