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Life Begins at 40


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I enjoyed this lecture from the Royal Society.  I figure it is relevant to this group in various ways, it covers the psychology of aging, the midlife crisis, the seduction of materialism, marriage and how the marriage relationship changes by life stage, etc.  The speaker believes that the midlife crisis is a social and cultural phenomenon shaped not just by the aging of our body and mind, but by history (cultural values, beliefs and norms that we have inherited from the past)




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