When their kids leave home, when their parents and/or spouses depart, when they’re hit by a layoff and unemployed for long periods of time, when their money is scarce, when their bodies change unpredictably, midlife women ask: “Who am I now?” I can’t blame them.
With each midlife change we become less of who we used to be, and more of someone new. Mostly these midlife changes are ones that feel like they were “done to us,” rather than ones we chose. And because we didn’t choose them, that makes our identity changes harder. We‘re just not who we used to be in the same way that we used to be. Some of us even catch ourselves wishing we could go back to being that person we used to be.
But why not create a new, improved identity for our midlife selves? One who is wiser and more evolved. An identity that’s more interesting, more lovable, more attractive and even healthier than your old identity.
Want some help ditching the midlife identity struggle? Or any other midlife struggle? When you join me for my exciting event: FROM STRUGGLE TO WOW on October 25th and 26th you’ll have ample opportunities to ditch whatever you’re struggling with.
It will be a magical weekend in which you’ll get to step out of your everyday life. You’ll get answers to some burning questions, treat yourself to a menu of self-care options, learn some vital new strategies to help you ditch the struggle, and emerge with some clarity, new friends, and even new ideas.
Find out more at http://www.womenwowtheworld.com
Register today while there are still tickets available!
And while you’re at it – bring a friend so you can both enjoy what promises to be one of the most enjoyable weekends of the year.