PsychCentral writer Jon Patrick Hatcher interviewed Sarah Suzuki on male midlife crisis (Check out the full interview here):
Licensed Social Worker and owner of Chicago Compass Counseling Sarah Suzuki shares, “What I often hear from men is, ‘I’m already halfway dead, so what’s the point of going on?’ They feel as though their purpose is to just keep things afloat, and that they’re only seen by others when they make a mistake or do something wrong.”
Suzuki recommends that loved ones express their concerns – especially when midlife crisis behavior creates negative consequences for the entire family.
It’s OK to say, “I’ve noticed ____. I love you, and I’m worried about you,” advises Suzuki.
Get the full interview: “Midlife Crises Affecting Men and Families,” published June 27, 2021, on PsychCentral.