Love at Midlife: Building and Rebuilding Relationships

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The issues and concerns of maintaining or beginning a new relationship at midlife present new challenges. Is staying together for the sake of the children a valid reason for maintaining a relationship? How can I keep from making the same mistakes again? Would it really be easier to start over with someone new? Richard Osing contends that as we enter this next phase of life our changing priorities and considerations about money, children, sex, and work have a direct effect on how we view and re-view our relationships. Love at Mid-Life discusses what a loving relationship looks like at anytime and especially at midlife, and suggests several strategies -- for maintaining that which was good and modifying what we didn't like about the post, coming to terms with our successes and failures, and identifying who we are and who we want to be.

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Marriage and Relationships at Midlife
What a Loving Relationship Looks Like
The Doing Part of Loving

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About the author (1998)

Osing is an ordained Episcopal Minister and a Counselor.

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