Personal responsibility is the antidote to avoid or at the very least, minimize the damage of a midlife crisis.
When is that drilled into us?
Unless you are exceptionally lucky.
Society expects personal responsibility to fall from the sky and land on us when we become adults. How’d that work out for you when you turned 18 or 21?
What if mental, physical, spiritual and career responsibility was taught to us from childhood, in our school systems, the way we teach reading and math?