Question: What is considered a midlife crisis?

The term “midlife crisis” has been around since the 1960s. It describes a normal transition that happens to both men and women during which you go from being a young person to an older adult. Usually between the ages of 38 and 50, some individuals begin to struggle with the passing of their youth.

Why do second marriages fail so often?

Why are second marriages more likely to fail? One explanation is the formation of blended families, which can cause loyalty issues with stepchildren and rivalries between co-parents, but there are many other difficulties and stresses that come with remarrying.

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