What is a mid-life crisis? What age does a mid-life crisis happen? What are the signs and symptoms of a mid-life crisis?

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2 thoughts on “[PODCAST] What is a Mid-Life Crisis? Signs, Symptoms, and How to Save Your Marriage- The Dr. Joe Show Podcast

  • January 10, 2017 at 4:19 pm
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    So what if your spouse is already in the “acceptance” phase of the grief process? She has already gone through the other stages prior to filing for divorce, I just didn’t recognize them for what they were. She has accepted that she wants a divorce, there is no hope for us as a married couple and in her mind, has moved on.

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  • August 26, 2017 at 9:32 pm
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    I have the same question as above. I think my wife was grieving over our relationship also. I did not realize it. She wants a divorce. She has moved out. I don’t want a divorce. Her grandmother is dying. Her grandmother was almost like a second mother to her. She has moved into her mother’s home. It is like a double whammy to her probably to have both things lost at the same time. I feel so awful for not recognizing the steps of grief and being a safe place. She told me I was controlling and criticizing and that is why she wants a divorce. She said she would not ever be able to trust me with her heart again. She said maybe in ten years. So if she has moved on in her own words – I guess she is in the acceptance phase – but maybe there is hope? – I feel like there is hope as long as papers aren’t signed at least, and I feel very confused by all of the new information presented by SMM. It all makes sense but is it too late for my marriage?. She wants to sign them as soon as possible. I need to hire a lawyer for my side of the table. I am so saddened beyond words.

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