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Men in Midlife Crisis Paperback – October 15, 1997
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I have friends that I would like to lend the book but can't imagine not having it to read over and over and over again. Companion books "Surviving your husbands midlife crisis written by Jim and his Wife Sarah are also equally wonderful.
Being British, however, one is just supposed to bite the upper lip and proceed through life like one of the majestic ships in Her Majesty's Royal Navy regardless of what is thrown at you. In plain English, we are not taught about such things, we are ignorant and some things are better that way.
Having said that I have been going through some changes in my life and the fact that I grew my hair long again, for the first time in a decade and a half brought forth a slew of comments about me going through a mid-life crisis with the result that research was needed so I turned to my tried and true stalwart friend, amazon.com for material.
Jim Conway's book came first and one of the things that became very clear was that some of the things that I was experiencing certainly fitted the template of mid-life crisis but also could be explained by depression or even simply burn out. As I proceeded to work through the book I was struck by the honesty of the author and his faith in his religion. The use of real life examples certainly illuminated the things he was saying and I could see the sense of his view. It was also clear to me that he has a tendency to be repetitive and reiterated the same things in slightly different contexts when a shorter book would have been preferred.
Also it became increasingly clear that from a personal perspective I was NOT undergoing a mid-lifer but was more frustrated at a lack of progress and development in the large corporate organisation that I currently work for.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It would be great if the man going through the crisis would read this, but it still has useful information for the woman who is trying to work with him in his struggles.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This helped my husband have hope, and me too. It was like Jim Conway was looking in our window.Published 9 months ago by Rita T
Haven't fnished book but hate that midlife crisis leads so many men away from the women that have sacraficed everything for them!Published 12 months ago by Lori S Morris
This book describes my husband pretty accurate, but it doesn't really offer much help for my situation. Read morePublished 14 months ago by E. Yeung