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The Sound of Ideas

Making Sense of Mid-Life

Posted Friday, March 7, 2008

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Itching to buy a red Corvette? Saving up money for a face-lift? Ready to take up sky diving or climb Mount Everest? Could be signs of a mid-life crisis. The midlife crisis isn't just a cliché ... it's a scientific reality. Most people hit bottom at 44. But hold on can turn around, with or without a new car, new face or new challenge. Cruising through the crisis ...Friday morning at 9, on The Sound of Ideas



Andrew Oswold, Professor of Economics University of Warwick, UK
Philipp Dines, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve Medical School
Jody Wainer, President of Jung Cleveland
Sara Davidson, Author of “Leap: What will we do with the rest of our lives?”

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