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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. This guide is aimed at all women, but particularly those from 35 years to their 50s, who feel the need for change in their lives but don't know how to make it happen.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 15, Catherine rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Perfect for helping focus on some 'me' time and work. Jan 15, Catherine rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Perfect for helping focus on some 'me' time and work.
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Sep 25, Melissa Miller rated it really liked it. I enjoyed this book and I recommend it to women hitting midlife.
I found it helpful in dealing with changes that I have been facing. Aug 26, Michelle rated it really liked it Recommends it for: women in midlife, esp. Shelves: mid-life. I really liked this. As a midlife woman, I can identify with much of what the author writes, even though she's from Australia. Even though the book was written in , any woman who is between 45 and 50 will probably identify with much of what the author, a psychologist, expresses, and will find it comforting or enlightening.
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I'm not familiar with Jungian psychology, and the concept of male and female energy anima and animus found within us is only something I've learned about in the past few I really liked this. I'm not familiar with Jungian psychology, and the concept of male and female energy anima and animus found within us is only something I've learned about in the past few years. How I missed that in my college psychology class, I don't know. This is interesting to me, but it does seem a bit outdated and old fashioned. Yes, she gives some ideas on how to nurture yourself, and some people may need that.
I have always done that - take classes, exercise, explore yoga and meditation, etc. However, for me, biggest value to this book is that the thoughts and feelings I've been experiencing for the past several years are perfectly normal for a woman my age. It's like being a teenager again, but this time around, I'm better equipped to deal with the emotional changes.
I am more observant and less emotional. I would suggest this book to any midlife woman who is starting to think about the next part of her life, much the way a teenager starts to think about life after high school or a college student thinks about life after college.