Middle age, no longer when you think

People are living much longer these days and the idea of middle age being 40 is no longer the case. There is good news for people approaching their midlife crisis – it’s moved.

Authors, Patricia and Don Edgar, define the new middle age as 50 to 75 in their new book ‘Peak: Reinventing Middle Age’. But this good news comes with a fair few challenges: health, superannuation and staying relevant.

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