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National Public Radio journalist Barbara Bradley Hagerty took two years to research the question, “How can I craft a meaningful middle life?” She interviewed neuroscientists, psychologists, therapists and college professors. She identifies and shares several themes that add up to a fulfilling midlife and old age: seek novel experiences, stay engaged, prioritize relationships and give back. getAbstract recommends her in-depth exploration of this stage of life to anyone nearing or in middle age.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What is significant about midlife;
  • What the latest research reports about the body’s physical and psychological changes during midlife; and
  • Which midlife choices lead to a healthy, productive and fulfilling future.
 

About the Author

Barbara Bradley Hagerty, an NPR correspondent for 19 years, also wrote The New York Times bestseller, Fingerprints of God.

 

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Myths of Midlife

At age 53, National Public Radio journalist Barbara Bradley Hagerty embarked on a quest to examine the middle stage of life and to learn which choices enable you to thrive while setting a productive, healthy and fulfilling course for your later years.


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