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Best BuyWomen at Midlife

Life Experiences and Implications for the Helping Professions

Ski Hunter, Sandra Sundel, and Martin Sundel

ISBN: 0-87101-351-7. 2002. Item #3517. 368 pages.

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The number of women at midlife served by the helping professions is substantial. Thorough and insightful, Women at Midlife fills the gap in knowledge about these women and examines critical issues concerning family, caregiving, work, physical health, emotional and mental health, and more. Dispelling restrictive and outdated myths, the authors probe the meaning and direction of women at midlife. This scholarly volume, highlighted by compelling vignettes and backed by extraordinary research, explores the full range of midlife experiences, from how to define midlife to individual development to relationships with other family members. Social work instructors, students, and practitioners, as well as women who themselves are at midlife, will find that the work offers important professional and personal benefits.

Special Features

  • Examines family, work, health, sexuality, personality, and well-being issues related to midlife.
  • Addresses ethnicity, race, and sexual orientation within the midlife umbrella.
  • Presents implications of key issues for human services professionals.
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