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"I don't think of bucket list items as things that are reality, but rather things that are (out of reach) for the most part." Peeples you could schedule an airplane jump this spring! It's easily within reach! :) Onlookers label actions destructive
No Corvette for me! :) "Only the purchaser knows if he/she is accomplishing a dream/personal goal" I agree with that statement. Nevertheless others are prone to making "judgment statements". By the way I prefer the term "midlife awakening" :)
Dr Billy Kidd says
Sri T (the mystic) says
Sounds like you're saying "perception" is the key difference. Actually the individual never considers him or herself to be in a "midlife crisis". It's always those people who are close to them that say they're in a "crisis".
Yoleen Lucas says
I believe most people hate to see "change". It makes them feel insecure when their loved one decides to do something considered "out of character". The label "midlife crisis" is hurled at them in hopes of getting them to stop going after dreams.
Diana L Pierce says
Helen Stuart says
"in the case of a bucket list, you are acknowledging and (coming to grips with your mortality), even celebrating it, by (doing things and acquiring things) that will enhance your remaining time." Many would call that a "midlife crisis"! LOL! :)