6 Incredible Books To Get You Through A Midlife Crisis In 2019

A midlife crisis is not fun. Get yourself through it with these inspiring books

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Mid life crises are often unfairly made fun of, which makes going through one even more difficult. Whether it’s divorce, general hopelessness or anything else, a crisis is a seriously rough period in many people’s lives.
These books should be priceless for the valuable lessons they teach on how to get through loneliness and other challenges that might haunt you during this difficult time. Get reading – and be inspired to improve!

#1 Can You Die of a Broken Heart? by Dr Nikki Stamp

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Heart and lung surgeon Dr Nikki Stamp takes us into the operating theatre, explaining what she sees in patients with heart complications and how a life-saving transplant works. Stamp fell in the love with the heart as a child and continues to be fascinated by its workings and the whole-of-life experiences that affect it. Rich with anecdotes, and insights for maintaining heart health, Can You Die of a Broken Heart? is a blockbuster from a uniquely positioned young specialist.

#2 The Art of Living Alone and Loving It by Jane Mathews

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Whether you view living alone as the ultimate compromise or the ultimate luxury, it presents daily challenges, such as cooking for one, organizing holidays, juggling finances, and avoiding the siren call of wine, Ugg boots and Netflix. And there are the less tangible tests, like nailing the octopus of loneliness to the wall, and holding your head high in a society where solo living is viewed (consciously or not) as the runner-up prize. Author Jane Mathews believes that to be truly content living alone, it pays to examine every aspect of your life-relationships, health, home, finances, interests and spirituality – and then take action. No matter what your unique situation, there’s something in The Art of Living Alone and Loving It for you. Jane provides the map and you choose the route to a more joyful, contented life.

#3 The Blue Zones, Second Edition by Dan Buettner

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During a mid life crisis, many people have concerns for their health and longevity and this book appeals as it teaches about living longer, healthier & happier lives.

#4 Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life by James Hollis

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A collection of suggestions and insights to finding a meaning to the changes and challenges that come with midlife.

#5 Midlife Is Not a Crisis by Virginia Bell

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Ideal for people who believe in astrology, this motivational book offers true empowerment and roadmaps life as an unfolding journey.

#6 It’s NOT a Midlife Crisis It’s an Opportunity by Andrew G Marshall

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A book that makes you understand how reaching your forties or fifties is a chance to grow rather than a crises.

Written by Eve O'Rourke

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