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In middle age, feeling beleaguered on all fronts is a way of life not all of which is visible.
Always look on the bright side of life
Middle age is a fertile arena for the bluffer's talents. And what makes it satisfyingly easy is the fact that, against all the evidence, most people in middle age are only to willing to believe there is a bright side.
Testosterone occurs naturally in both sexes, and it appears that a post-menopausal woman who takes a testosterone supplement can revive a flagging libido and even match the increased vigor of her TRT-powered partner without getting a hairy chest.
As time goes bye-bye
The middle-aged are only too aware that time is slipping by. Not only do they have a sharpened sense of mortality; they also have an accompanying concern about their impending old age. They are reminded incessantly about it by the government, by insurance companies, by their doctors and implored to plan for it. But in planning meticulously for old age, many people run the risk of allowing middle age to pass them by. Doris Day expressed this fear when she said, the really frightening thing about middle age is the knowledge that you'll grow out of it.”
Forget me knot
A familiar condition of middle age is to be struck by amnesia and deja-vu simultaneously, in which case you will have the uncomfortable feeling that you have forgotten the same thing before.
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Book Description Oval Books, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111903096995
Book Description Oval Books, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1903096995