As a pivotal group in multiple generation families, those in mid-life
may well find themselves at the centre of these potentially competing needs.
Kathleen's interest in mid-life
women's scholarly identity development is intensely personal: "Who I am and who I teach, even more than what I teach, shapes how I teach.
It's a bit scary and it looks like a classic mid-life
crisis when you analyse it like that, but it isn't.
The nurse's perception of menopause has a significant impact upon the way s/he provides care to mid-life
With "city Slickers," not only can the students analyze Mitch's mid-life
crisis, they can examine what sets his experiences apart from the other two main characters, who still are struggling with adulthood.
She plays a child of the Sixties who's reached mid-life
and wonders whether it's time for a final steamy fling before time runs out.
through a mid-life
crisis or transition when faced with
Ninety-two million years ago, the oceans of the earth suffered a mild mid-life
crisis when various species of clams, plankton and nautilus-like creatures died out abruptly, an event that marks the boundary between the Cenomanian and Turonian ages in the geologic record.
The promotion campaigns are designed to highlight various aspects of work-life including child care, elder care, mid-life
, wellness, daily living and personal finance.
Contract Awarded for the Construction of two new Type A26 submarines and a mid-life
upgrade for two Gotland-class submarines.
I FIRMLY believe the mid-life
crisis, or 'manopause' as I like to call it, is a real phenomenon.
Things Can Only Get Feta by Marjory McGinn Have you long had a dream of ditching the rat race for a mid-life
adventure in pastures new?