midlife

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mid·life

(mid'līf)
Middle age.

midlife

(mĭd′līf)
Denoting (approximately) the ages from 35 to 55 years.
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I have been tattooing for 32 years and have helped many midlifers rediscover their wild side" with a tattoo, says Mike Martin, president of the Alliance of Professional Tattooists.
The literature identified above, at an international level, points to significant associations between wellbeing and key components of poverty among midlifers.
The report advised marketers, "It is important to realize that today's midlifers are going to look and behave much younger than previous generations.
Taking a pill to alter moods has been one of the most successful pharmaceutical drives in history and, consequently, the anti-depressive therapeutic market has soared to over $12 billion, it penetrates newly defined targets, such as young adults who feel they don't "fit in," hyperactive teens and kids, women with PMS or too few orgasms, post-partum moms and midlifers with "empty nest" syndrome.
The students came in all forms, from 18-year-old freshmen to 50-year-old midlifers finally chasing their dreams.
Programs that specifically cater to the needs of the elderly and the midlifers, especially on health, are minimal.
Rupp gleaned for this book the wisdom of many who have walked the paths of midlife: Jungian and midlife psychologists, mythology, the spirituality of Joseph Campbell and Thomas Merton, other midlifers -- both neophyte and well-seasoned -- as well as her own midlife experience and 20-plus years of personal journaling.
She's one of the reasons that midlifers like me, who vowed we'd never grow too old for rock `n' roll, have switched to country: not only for singable melodies, but also for the feminist words and the strong women who support each other.
He urges midlifers to tackle the very things they think they can't do.