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Me, My Selfie & Eye
A Midlife Conversation About Lost Identity, Grief, & Seeing Who You Are

Overview


We've all heard of the midlife crisis, and it tends to evoke particular negative images—such as men buying sports cars, or for women, it's steamy affairs with younger men. But midlife is more than crisis or indiscretion. In "Me, My Selfie & Eye", Janna Lopez explores midlife identity loss and the subsequent grief that accompanies it. It examines emotional, mental, and spiritual complications with honesty, humor, questions, insights, and reflections about how to navigate this very specific transition and come out whole on the other side.
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Description


We've all heard of the midlife crisis, and it tends to evoke particular images—such as men buying sports cars, or for women, it's steamy affairs with younger men. But there's more to midlife than crisis or indiscretion. In "Me, My Selfie & Eye", Janna Lopez explores midlife identity loss and the subsequent grief that accompanies it. It examines emotional, mental, and spiritual complications with honesty, humor, questions, insights, and reflections about how to navigate this very specific transition and come out whole on the other side. This timely book was written to connect, console and encourage anyone in the throes of midlife identity crash. It's a practical, modern conversation about the process of midlife upheaval and pinpoints grief as the main culprit, especially when everything we believed as true about ourselves becomes uncertain. It aims to help reconstruct a lost midlife identity, and guide you through the untidy process of flying through until you can see your self again.
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About the author


Janna Lopez has over 25 years in media, communications, and editorial endeavors. She has spent the last ten years as owner, publisher and editor of several regional magazines. As a word enthusiast, she's helped multi-million dollar companies craft their stories. She currently leads workshops and coaches clients about midlife identity loss and grief. She was recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and started graduate school to obtain her MFA in creative writing. She's a French fry fanatic, tequila aficionado and educator, and loves to photograph life's pretty little moments.
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Book details

Genre:SELF-HELP

Subgenre:Motivational & Inspirational

Language:English

Pages:330

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781732753808


Overview


We've all heard of the midlife crisis, and it tends to evoke particular negative images—such as men buying sports cars, or for women, it's steamy affairs with younger men. But midlife is more than crisis or indiscretion. In "Me, My Selfie & Eye", Janna Lopez explores midlife identity loss and the subsequent grief that accompanies it. It examines emotional, mental, and spiritual complications with honesty, humor, questions, insights, and reflections about how to navigate this very specific transition and come out whole on the other side.

Read more

Description


We've all heard of the midlife crisis, and it tends to evoke particular images—such as men buying sports cars, or for women, it's steamy affairs with younger men. But there's more to midlife than crisis or indiscretion. In "Me, My Selfie & Eye", Janna Lopez explores midlife identity loss and the subsequent grief that accompanies it. It examines emotional, mental, and spiritual complications with honesty, humor, questions, insights, and reflections about how to navigate this very specific transition and come out whole on the other side. This timely book was written to connect, console and encourage anyone in the throes of midlife identity crash. It's a practical, modern conversation about the process of midlife upheaval and pinpoints grief as the main culprit, especially when everything we believed as true about ourselves becomes uncertain. It aims to help reconstruct a lost midlife identity, and guide you through the untidy process of flying through until you can see your self again.

Read more

About the author


Janna Lopez has over 25 years in media, communications, and editorial endeavors. She has spent the last ten years as owner, publisher and editor of several regional magazines. As a word enthusiast, she's helped multi-million dollar companies craft their stories. She currently leads workshops and coaches clients about midlife identity loss and grief. She was recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and started graduate school to obtain her MFA in creative writing. She's a French fry fanatic, tequila aficionado and educator, and loves to photograph life's pretty little moments.
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