midlife transition

midlife transition

a period between early adulthood and middle adulthood that occurs between 40 and 45 years of age. See also age 30 transition.
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Midlife Career Stress (MLCS) is described as a peculiar stress encountered by midlife adults before or during midlife transition.
com)-- SHiFT, the Twin Cities nonprofit dedicated to navigating midlife transition, will bring encore career expert Marci Alboher to Minneapolis in a special appearance Monday, April 29 at the University of St.
In relation to women specifically, research (Geertsma & Cummings, 2004) has studied spirituality in women at midlife transition, but not in younger women who are moving from student to professional.
Doctoral Life patterning of University of Scroggs Dissertation women experiencing North Carolina midlife transition Greensboro School of Nursing
We mock the messiness of the midlife transition and make jokes about the 'midlife crisis'.
Participants received a survey packet that included an informed consent form, the Women's Midlife Transition Survey (WMTS; Degges-White, 2003b), the Five Factor Wellness Inventory (5F-Wel; Myers & Sweeney, 1999), the Satisfaction With Life Survey (SWLS; Diener, Emmons, Larsen, & Griffin, 1985), and a brief demographic questionnaire.
Menopause is a universal female midlife transition that remains poorly understood (Huffman & Myers, 1999).
ML: Researchers have found consistently throughout Asia--in China, South Korea, India, Indonesia--that menopause is understood as a rather gradual midlife transition rather than simply as the end of menstruation.
The purpose of this preliminary study was to describe midlife transition, spirituality, and healing of relationships for members of women's spirituality groups.
There had to be more to navigating the midlife transition, Smith reasoned.
On her website Kathryn wrote: "Some people in Hollywood think of me as a model for dramatic midlife transitions.