Topic 1 life spam
Your friend Susan is worried. She tells you that her father just turned 44 and has been acting different lately, concerned about things he never seemed to care about. For instance, she says that he has been researching various hair transplant methods to combat his bald spot (she didn’t think he cared about a little hair loss). At family dinners he talks about his younger days and how he has reconnected with some college friends on Facebook (some of whom are old girlfriends) and is constantly bringing up health issues. Susan is concerned that her father is going through a midlife crisis and that the next step is to replace her mother with a “younger model.” Susan adds that her father had a health scare a few months ago when discomfort in his chest resulted in a visit to the emergency room where he was told that he had a mild heart attack. She wonders if that has played a role in his unusual behavior.
The “Seasons of Life” theory by Daniel Levinson proposed that adults in their 40’s go through a midlife transition. According to the theory, many people experience this transition as a time of turmoil, during which they are aware of their own mortality and become concerned about the limited time left to complete their dreams and goals. Referred to as the “midlife crisis,” this period is associated with a variety of behaviors, most of which involve significant changes to aspects of day-to-day living including relationships, expenditures, and attention to health and personal appearance.
Evaluate Levinson’s original research and compare it to the modern perspective on midlife transition. Be sure to discuss the differences between the two perspectives. What is your evaluation of Susan’s father according to the current perspective?
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