Father’s Day is a celebration that honors and celebrates fathers, parenthood, and the general influence of fathers on society. It is generally celebrated on the third Sunday in June.
“Father” is a warm word, wihch supports us continune to move forward. And father is a strongest man in our mind, which protect us, love us and accompany us to grow up.
Most of us think that father always being like in our mind---a strong, powerful young man, however, when we pay more attention to growing up, to be a person who actually free from parents, We don’t realise our parents are geting oleder at the same time. We are busy with work, dating with friends, but how long has it been since you had a good talk with your father?, or, how long have you not been concerned about your father's health? So today, I want to talk about“Midlife Crisis”--middle-age man mental condition.
What Exactly Is a Midlife Crisis?
The midlife crisis is more of a social phenomenon than a specific mental illness. It’s a term that refers to the dissatisfaction, anxiety and feelings of depression or remorse that many men start to feel as they transition from the first part of their adult life into middle age.
During this period, it’s common to look back on things you may have planned and see that they didn’t come to fruition, or see your peers succeed in ways that might make you feel inadequate or as if you aren’t living up to your full potential.
Signs and Causes of Midlife Crises in Men
Mental health providers can't identify men suffering from a midlife crisis based on any specific symptoms as it isn't a clinically recognized mental health issue.
It’s important to note that many of the cliché “signs of a midlife crisis” aren’t reliable indicators of mental health or wellbeing. If you’re in your 50s or 60s and just want to buy a Corvette, or if you no longer feel happy in your relationship, this doesn’t mean that you’re mentally unwell.
A persistent sad, negative and generally empty mood
Increased irritability and a “shorter fuse” with other people
Feelings of anxiety, pessimism and hopelessness
Difficulty focusing on tasks or remembering information
A sense that guilty, worthless or unable to be helped
Slowed movement, speech and decision-making abilities
Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep) and/or oversleeping
Difficulty sitting still and a general feeling of restlessness
Changes in your appetite, eating habits and body composition
Reduced energy and a feeling that you’re physical fatigued
Aches, pains, digestive issues and other physical symptoms
Suicidal thoughts and/or attempts to commit suicide
As you can see, Middle Crisis is with many symptoms- insomnia, depression, and anxiety- to which we must pay closer attention. Additionally, if you have some of the depression or anxiety symptoms listed on the following page, you should seek help immediately.
Dealing with "Midlife Crisis" involves monitoring mental problems in daily life, which can provide insight into health conditions ahead of time.
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