Midlife-crisis



noun
1.
a period of psychological stress occurring in middle age, thought to be triggered by a physical, occupational, or domestic event, as menopause, diminution of physical prowess, job loss, or departure of children from the home.
/ˈmɪdˌlaɪf/
noun
1.
a crisis that may be experienced in middle age involving frustration, panic, and feelings of pointlessness, sometimes resulting in radical and often ill-advised changes of lifestyle

midlife crisis n.
A period of psychological doubt and anxiety that some people experience in middle age.

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