The Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After 50 with author Jonathan Rauch

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Midlife crisis, like the Seinfeld show, is often literally about nothing. Yet it seems unshakable for those experiencing it. Society treats it as a joke or a cliché, yet it is natural, normal, and lays groundwork for surprising happiness and wisdom in late adulthood. Drawing on cutting-edge psychology, neuroscience, and even economics, while also tapping his own experiences and those of dozens of interviewees, Jonathan Rauch — author of the major Atlantic magazine cover article "The Real Roots of Midlife Crisis," resulting in his book on happiness and age — explains why even chimps get midlife malaise, and how humans can cope with it far better than we do.

You can find The Happiness Curve for checkout at DPL, and for purchase from Tattered Cover Bookstore.

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