Mid-Life Crisis and End of Life Guilt
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Mid-Life Crisis and End of Life Guilt: Teenagers don’t own the experience of ‘identity crisis’. Both mid-life and end-of-life bring abundant opportunities for confusion, regrets and false-starts. People grope for meaning and identity. The big (and painful) questions are the same at any age—What is it all for? Who am I? What matters? How should I live? What lasts? Those questions take different forms, always bringing an opportunity for growth and change. This workshop will offer practical understanding and practical help. How is it that in the valley of the shadow of death you come to fear no evil? How can you help others in crisis? Click here to download the outline for this session.
This lecture is from the 2012 National Conference, “Guilt and Shame.”