Midlife Moments' Response
Special note: By sending your questions and answers, you are
giving me and Midlife Moments the right to publish them: on the web, in
newspapers, and in books or pamphlets. Also if you want to conceal your
identity, use an alias ("Tired," "Hopeful," "Disappointed").
In addition, you may want to alter some of the details of your account.
The Guest Registry
(otherwise know as "The Midlife Moments Bed and Breakfast")
- Please type "guest" in the subject box of your e-mail editor.
- Send a greeting to me or to other guests. Let me know what helps on
the web site (or in the newspaper) and, maybe, how I can improve things.
- After typing your name (first only is OK), I'd also like to know your
location (it's nice to know where readers come from).
- If you've sent a greeting or asked for some general info, please keep
checking the guest registry for my response. I
don't usually send an e-mail reply, but I will respond briefly online.
The Forum pages and
- Please type the appropriate category in the subject box of your e-mail
editor (for instance, "Midlife Crisis Forum" or "Midlife
- Try to keep the response brief (1 to 4 paragraphs).
- Please be courteous (no flaming).
- Due to time constraints, I've had to discontinue the Question and Answer
Page. However, you can find situations similar to your own by searching
old questions and answers, and you can post a question to the Midlife
Crisis Forum for other guests to answer (to get posted keep these short
and omit full names, explicit sexual info. or other things that might be
incriminating or offensive to others). Also you can join Friends
of Best Years (the first month is free and you can remain anonymous
if you use an alias and don't share your email address). Friends has dozens
of people who respond daily to others experiencing various midlife struggles.