Breaking Through Midlife Crisis: The Power of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Midlife crisis can occur at any age between 40-60, as individuals experience a period of self-doubt, anxiety, and uncertainty of the future. It can be a transitional period that brings out a range of emotions, such as frustration, inadequacy, and depression. Some may question the purpose of their life, while others may feel stuck in their daily routine. While this crisis may seem daunting, seeking help from cognitive behavioral therapy can empower individuals to break through negativity, overcome challenges, and create a positive outlook on life.