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Mid-life crisis begins in mids, Relate survey says Published 28 September image captionA receding hairline may be the least of a something man's worries Work and relationship pressures make the mids the start of many British people's unhappiest decade, a survey suggests. Of the 2, people quizzed, more aged 35 to 44 said that they felt lonely or depressed than in other age groups.


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I was struggling to get ahead in my chosen career, fed up of not having a firm relationship and not being able to afford to move out of the family home, after having a taste of freedom at uni. Whether this failure is settling into a permanent relationship, or finding the career that is both satisfying and rewarding, is up to the individual. While most people described their relationship with their partner as in positive terms, one in five was worried about the current financial climate.

Life stress Claire Tyler, Relate's ot executive, said: "Traditionally we associated the mid-life crisis with people in their late 40s to 50s, but the report hired that this period could be reaching people earlier than we would expect. My son is five years old and I find that I feel very lonely in the evenings, and money is also tight. Working long hours, arguments, proper division of household chores and poor sex were cited equally by men and women as the most common sources of problems.

Part of the problem may be the high expectations people have of marriage and their spouses in general.

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Even not being able to move into bricks and mortar that are your own and not Naughty mature Atlanta poverty-related rented flat can prove stressful. Society gets me down and I'm starting to get aches and pains. Why it's common and how to speak up With the world in turmoil, many people may discover marriage is not a buffer for loneliness. It is far too easy to sit at home feeling lonely and sad and can soon become a habit.

I definitely feel like I am having a mid-life crisis!

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Barry Smith, Bristol I am a year-old recently divorced mother of one. They are a nothing decade as you are not far enough away from your 20s to stop trying to keep up with the younger crowd and are too young to want to mix with those in their 40s. All of which makes a perfect time bomb for a mid-life crisis as women and men approach their frightening forties. When you do get some free time you're too broke to make the most of it and your life can become a long hard slog with little joy to make the hard times seem worthwhile.

The survey also suggested that busy parents were using Facebook and similar sites to stay in touch with children. Feeling alone while sharing life with a partner may sound impossible to single people, but relationship experts say it happens when the connection becomes disappointing.

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Now at 41 years of age I feel a lot more settled both Woman seeking sex tonight Davie Florida and personally and also, ironically a lot more at ease in socialising with people of all ages. It can be a bit of a challenge to keep your chin up at times. He said: "We're already working the longest hours in Europe - if you constantly work people long hours it's not good for their health. Work pressure meant I had no time for my family or friends who, in turn, had no time for me either.

It was pure fear of my life slipping away. When you feel lonely within your marriage, you beint feel like you're part of anything.

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Feeling alone while sharing life with a partner may sound impossible to single people, but relationship experts say it happens when the. We are the first generation to do worse than our parents.

Feeling lonely in your marriage? I had been married for 14 years before my divorce aged Being out of sync with ourselves and our surroundings can cause depression, fear and loneliness. It keeps everything in perspective and helps me remember the happier times, and that happy times will return. tieed

Women are the ones who often plan and organize family gatherings and outings with friends for the couple so her level of socializing — Whiteville adult hookup isolation — becomes his. You have to take the middle-of-the-road jobs that are available. We were told as children that if you work hard you can achieve anything you set your mind to.

At least that's when I quit my job, changed direction and ended up doing something radically different. I think our parents are happier as they had no career expectations and hence weren't disappointed by 40 years in middle-management and an average pension.

Just as a rocket to the stars sheds the spent stages of its fuel so we need to shed the values and beliefs that perhaps supported us through one stage of our life but are no longer relevant for the next stage. It's all happened in the last five years. She added: "However, there might certainly be a grain of truth in what they've found - there are higher expectations on people of this age in terms of what they've achieved Martied their careers and family life.

That puts a lot more stress on the couple relationship, said co-author Ashley Ermer, an assistant professor of family science and human development at Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. Andy, Nottingham I am 41, but I remember a few weeks before my Sexy women from Battle Creek Michigan birthday having an almighty panic attack because suddenly I was staring my forties in the face, and was no longer part of the 20ss generation.

I cannot see things changing and therefore feel down. Mid-life crisis begins in mids, Relate survey says Published 28 September image captionA receding Msrried may be the least of a something man's worries Work and relationship pressures make the mids the start of many British people's unhappiest decade, a survey suggests. Many of my clients discuss a feeling of loneliness within their marriages.

Add the crushing yet necessary masters degree and school debt just to remain competitive and you have a long drawn-out hum of futility. Dr Jane McCartney, a chartered psychologist with an interest in adult mental health, said that it was possible that the for 35 to year-olds might be slightly skewed by the willingness of people in that age group to be frank about depression and loneliness, compared to older people surveyed. Being married offers no protection from the dangers of loneliness: Studies indicate that roughly 20% of the general population suffers from.

Rather than viewing it as a mid-life crisis it can be seen as an opportunity to re-evaluate our lives both as the world around us changes but also as we develop and grow within ourselves. Madeleine, Durham I'm now 41 but couldn't agree more with the findings in this article.

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Well, for the vast majority, you can't. Katy, Guernsey Overseas As an American, with less social care, even longer work hours and even less holiday I can certainly relate. The same proportion said they felt closer to friends tirev family, and a quarter said they wished they had more time for their family. It takes effort and willpower to break free of that and bring some sunshine into your life.

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James Stevens, Windsor I most definitely had a quarter life crisis a while ago, at Kate, Oxford I agree with the article. Retirement and home ownership seem unobtainable even in a double income household with no children. I realise my expectations of being settled or on my way to being settled in life by 25 may have been a bit high but I definitely remember feeling very inadequate and despondent.

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