Research Paper On Midlife Crisis
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Midlife Crisis Triggers
6 pages in length. Knowing what foretells one person going through a midlife crisis and another successfully bypassing it is not as clear-cut as it may seem. Myriad physiological, psychological and environment components play concurrent roles from what occurred - or did not occur - very early in life, develops through each subsequent decade and comes to rest in the person's mind as to what the future will bring. The unknown coupled with what has already transpired can bring about significant mental and physical changes that ultimately lead into a midlife crisis. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
MIDLIFE CRISIS IS NOT A FALLACY
3 pages in length. Fear of aging, loss of independence and being looked at as old and doddering all preys upon the mind and can instigate the need to reverse - if only in one's mind - the aging process, making midlife crisis a harsh fact many people have a difficult time accepting. Midlife crises have long been considered a man's problem, since women have historically suppressed the unsettledness and overexertion they experienced in order to preserve and protect the family. However, the twenty-first century has ushered in a closer and more careful look at how midlife can be just as disconcerting for the female gender as much as it is for her male counterpart, because women are also feeling the pressure of doing too much but not feeling satisfied. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Crisis and Risk Management Nexus
This 6 page report discusses the nexus or connection that exists between security and facility managers and why a post-incident investigation would learn more from a successfully managed crisis than from one which was poorly managed. The connection or the link, the nexus, between risk and crisis management is one that requires that managers understand just how bad a situation can be. The problem is that an emergency or crisis can be anything from an unexpected financial set-back, a natural disaster such as a flood or an earthquake, the malfeasance of a company employee. Bibliography lists 3 sources.