"Middlescence": How to welcome middle age, a second adolescence but with wisdom
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One expert on aging wants to turn middle age stereotypes on their head. Life coach Barbara Waxman is raising awareness for what some call “Middlescence,” which she defines as a transitional period between ages 45 and 65 where people have an increased desire to find or create greater meaning in life. Waxman joins “CBS This Morning” to offer tips on redefining happiness and living your best life.
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