“The Richness of Middle Age | Growing up has no expiration date.” – Psychology Today

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by Cecilia Dintino PsyD

“At 55, Gail started therapy with the question, “Who do I want to be when I grow-up?”

“Can we take a moment to think about this?

“What does it mean to be a grown-up?

“Do we progress on a singular path towards a final destination?  Is grown-up an outcome that once accomplished, means we are all set?  How long are we set for?  Or does midlife mean it’s time to fasten our seat belt for the inevitable decline and descent?

“These are questions Gail wanted to figure out.”

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