|LC Classifications||BF724.6 .S53 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|ISBN 10||0887063845, 0887063853|
|LC Control Number||86005999|
This book contributes to an understanding of the nature of mid-life transitions and crises by focusing on the unique personal meaning of the transitional experience for the individual. There is an implicit structure to the way in which such a transition is experienced by the individual, and this can be made explicit by the techniques and methods of the approach outlined and illustrated in the book. This book contributes to an understanding of the nature of mid-life transitions and crises by focusing on the unique personal meaning of the transitional experience for the individual. There is an. Electronic books Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Sherman, Edmund A. Meaning in mid-life transitions. Albany: State University of New York Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type. From a master storyteller with a timely message, LIFE IS IN THE TRANSITIONS can move readers of any age to think deeply about times of change in their lives and how to transform them into periods of creativity and growth. more/5(64).
As I mentioned here, this year I’ll focus on transitions as one of my major themes. One of my closest friends, Barb Poole, suggested I read “Transitions: Making Sense of Life’s Changes” by William Bridges. Barb Poole is an accomplished life and career coach and has not only worked with people in transition, but has had plenty of her own. Life Cycle Transitions and Vulnerabilities in Old Age: A Review Asghar Zaidi. Life Cycle Transitions and Vulnerabilities in Old Age: A Review meaning a lack of means to cope without damaging loss. Loss can take many forms—becoming or being physically . Similarly, folks in their mid- to lates -- i.e. the time in which folks enter into true "midlife" in earnest -- often find that either inner changes or the practical realities of job transitions, empty nests, etc. prompt the very sort of re-evaluation and re-calibration that Ms. Cameron wrote her book Reviews: “Mid-life transition” is something that happens to many of us at some point during life (usually at ab give or take 20 years). It is a natural process and it is a normal part of maturing. Mid-life can raise issues such as: Discontent with life or .
Life is a process of beginnings and endings. In both life and nature, there are times when things move slowly and don’t seem to change very much. Then, suddenly, things change quickly. Moving from August to September, the weather changes gradually at first, and then it seems that suddenly summer is over. It is the same in our lives; transitions are as natural as the changing seasons. For negotiating mid-life transition, it's a very helpful guide! Published by User, 13 years ago I have read many of Richard Leider's books, & among them I consider 'The Power for Purpose' as the most influential on my personal growth. Finding meaning and purpose after a career. Losing a spouse or significant other. Moving from a familiar home. Needing assistance in the home. “Just because you live with people of similar age doesn’t mean you have anything else in common.” – Jack, age 90 Change and the unknown can be frightening for some, yet offer hope for others. To. Carl Jung saw mid-life as one of those critical transition periods in our adulthood. Crudely put, the first half of life is the stage in which we receive our education, choose our careers, begin a family, acquire the trappings of success such as a home, a car, and establish our persona (s).