Life is, if we're lucky, a long, sometimes confusing adventure. When you reach a certain age, it's not uncommon to look back at your younger years and wonder if you've done enough or if you've lived a fulfilling life up to this point. If you feel like you haven't, you may get panicked and have a hard time dealing with these emotions and thoughts. This is typically referred to as a midlife crisis, and it's something a lot of people go through. It helps to speak with someone who can walk you through this stage of life. If you think you might be having a midlife crisis, talk to the online therapists at 7 Cups.
When you hear the phrase midlife crisis, you probably automatically think of a movie with a character who starts panicking about getting older and goes to buy an expensive sports car. This is a little inaccurate, to say the least. While we may think of a mid-life crisis the way it is shown in the movies, and while mid-life crisis is not a diagnosable condition per se, there are many different and very real ways in which people in this age group can be impacted.
When you get to a certain age, usually around 40-50 years old, you may start to worry about certain things, such as your relationship, your appearance, your health, your career, and the stage you're at in life. You may find that you are feeling depressed or having increased levels of anxiety over these concerns. It's a good idea to pinpoint your specific concerns and talk through them. An online therapist can help you do this and help you realize what you need to do to feel better.
Dealing with a midlife crisis takes some work, and the initial anxiety and the questions you have about how to move forward can be difficult. But through therapy, you can accept - and celebrate - your stage in life and figure out what you need to do to feel fulfilled and satisfied moving forward.
If you feel like you're having a midlife crisis, let the online therapists at 7 Cups help you through it. You don't have to deal with these emotions alone.
Received: June 7th
Received: June 7th
Received: June 4th