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Unformatted text preview: 65 is no longer the beginning of old age, but instead is the beginning of a Third Age. Bingaman, (2007) Self awareness and development of relationships is something we struggle with not only in adulthood, but also in all of life. Once one becomes aware of whom they are, they are more successful in understanding relationships with friends, family and even God. Mid-life transitions or as most people call them, mid-life crisis, can come during this development of discovering who oneself is. During a mid0life crisis, I feel people begin to believe that they are heading down the metaphorical hill of age. People start reflecting and maybe regretting things they have yet to do before they feel they are too old to do them. 3 REFERENCES Bingaman, K.A. (2007). The Postmodern Life Cycle and Pastoral Care and Counseling. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, 9(1), 83 ....
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