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Midlife and Mental Health!

Updated: Jul 17, 2021


It's a known fact that women in midlife are the least researched group. We are excited that is changing and that it will continue to change as women write the narrative on ageing for themselves.


As you get older, you gain perspective from the rearview mirror of your life.

- Estelle Erasmus.


Hello , we hope this message finds you thriving!

We are still on a high from Re-defining Ageing 2019 and we are already setting our sites to 2020. Thank you for completing the 2019 questionnaire. Your feedback is the only the way can gauge if we're delivering a heart-centred, empowering, inspiring and safe event for women to gather.

In case you missed it, October is Mental Health month and as we researched for this issue we found the majority of articles on mental health and women over 40 all referred to midlife crisis.


This was very disappointing as there are countless articles mental health and the elderly.

It's a known fact that women in midlife are the least researched group. We are excited that is changing and that it will continue to change as women write the narrative on ageing for themselves.

If you know of a professional who writes on mental health and midlife, we would like to feature them in our next issue.

Midlife can have a positive affect on women's mental health as it's a phase of life that is full of hope and opportunity.


In Things Women in Their 50s Say They Would Do Differently by Estelle Erasmus, she reminds us that as we get older, we gain perspective from the rear view mirror of our lives.

You can read this article below.

Finally, we've shared more images from the 2019 event as well as the official video montage of the event.

We hope you enjoy this issue.


14 Things Women in Their 50s Say They Would Do Differently

By Estelle Erasmus



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