>Uh, that sounds good if I remember correctly, about 15 years ago, yep, I think that worked, yeah, coping takes a lot of energy,
It all sounds so familiar, I think I made the transition ok though.
A good diet helps. I started the Zone diet about 4 years ago. Went from 110 kilos to 80 in 1 year, my health improved immensely, and I hardly ever get sick,
Its a good diet to bring your insulin level in balance.
Here are some interesting tips from Dr.
> Weil on the transition into mid-life.
> Healthy Aging Tip: Mid-Life Transition
> Mid-life transition is a natural process,
> and a normal part of maturing. It happens to
> many people, usually around age 40. Common
> issues that arise with mid-life transition
> include discontent, boredom or confusion
> with your current life/lifestyle, the
> questioning of the meaning of life, and a
> yearning to be adventurous.
> If you or a loved one is experiencing
> mid-life transition, coping will take some
> time and energy. Make sure you explore and
> accept your feelings, allowing yourself time
> to reflect and rejoice about life on a
> regular basis. Setting new goals and taking
> care of your mental health is also a good
> idea - join a group or seek out a therapist
> if necessary. Devoting extra time to your
> partner or spouse to rekindle your
> relationship and spending uninterrupted time
> with your children are important, as are
> pursuing hobbies and getting enough
> exercise, which can help you take charge of
> your health and your middle years.