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Updated: GMT, 5 February Never mind lithe young women in their 20s, it's those who are twice their age who are having all the fun. According to a survey by Health Plus magazine, it's women in their 40s who are having the best sex of their lives.
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It might creep up on you like Autumn turning to Summer or it might hit you in the head like a tsunami, but whichever way you feel it, a midlife crisis is rarely fun. It usually strikes us in our forties or fifties and for some of us, it's traumatic. Symptoms can include deep brooding, rash decision making, sleeplessness, boredom, a deep sense of loss and an overwhelming concern about our wrinkles and saggy boobs. Sometimes they also include a strong desire to purchase a sports car or get a face lift. We contemplate how we want to spend the rest of our lives and whether we feel fulfilled. Sometimes, reflecting on where we're at can motivate us to make changes for the better. A study from the British Psychological Society discovered that individuals who experience midlife crises by becoming ultra-focused on their purpose in the world are likely to find creative solutions for their challenges. The study found that "while crisis episodes bring distress and feelings of uncertainty, they also bring openness to new ideas and stimuli that can bring insight and creative solutions, which can move our development forward.
Warning: This post contains erotic imagery and may not be suitable for work environments. Sometimes, to be a woman over 50 is to feel invisible. Ask a middle-aged woman, and she might say these slights have whittled away at her self-confidence, tricking her into believing the best years are behind her. We live in a culture that often equates beauty and energy with youth. A few are cancer survivors.