Changing Direction Later in Life
Here’s the paradox: over the age of 50, change gets harder, and yet it can also seem more urgent.
For most of us, life is settled and patterns of behaviour firmly engrained. We may have lived in the same house or town for many years, been together with same partner for just as long and worked in the same field all that time. But just as the notion of retirement begins to loom up ahead on the mental horizon, circumstances or natural processes often conspire to throw us off the track.