A Life to Live – Shirley's Blog

  • 09:22:53 pm on May 14, 2012 | 0

    Why people ignore their inner needs at mid-life?

    Out of my work with my clients, it seems that many people tend to ignore their needs in mid-life. We tend to be very good at reacting to a crisis, but terrible at planning for one. I think this is the root of the problem. For example, many people stay in mundane, unfulfilling jobs because, in many ways, this is easier than confronting the unhappiness of a work life that is empty. Only when a crisis hits — and it usually will after 40 (a divorce, a layoff, an illness, children going off to college, money problems, and/or emotional problems) — do people finally start to spring into action. Why should you wait that long? I’m here when you need me. Shirley Certified Mind Coach @ alifetolive.net  (Please ‘share’ this post.)

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