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Your Wife's Midlife Crisis

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Your Husband's Midlife Crisis

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Frequently Asked Questions

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    Depending on your credit card, the charge will appear as our business name, Life Discoveries or an abbreviated version, Life Discov.

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    No, the course is only available through download and nothing is shipped to your billing address at any time.

  • q-iconCan I access the course on my mobile device?

    Yes, absolutely. This website and the downloadable course materials are viewable on any mobile device, so you can access the materials on any mobile or desktop device with internet access.

    Once you complete your order, you’ll be redirected to the materials page and an email will be sent to you with a link to the materials page.

  • q-iconWhat if my spouse has filed for divorce and told me it’s over?

    It is important you don’t put too much emphasis on what your spouse says to you right now. Chaos Kids’ emotions wildly vary from one day to the next. One day, they will want a divorce, the next, they’re uncertain. Nothing is permanent in a midlife crisis – even divorce papers.

    Your focus should be on surviving the crisis, maintaining the emotional security of your children, if you have them, keeping yourself healthy (both mentally and physically) and not giving up on your spouse.

  • q-iconShould I share this information with my spouse?

    In short, no. Why? Because anything you say or do for your spouse is viewed as a threat. The anger from their childhood is directed at you and YOU are now the enemy. Similar to a ticking time bomb, your spouse’s rage has been there since day 1 silently waiting to erupt since they were young.

    If you share this information with your spouse, at best, you’ll receive “yeah, maybe that’s what I’m going through”, but more often, it will result in an attack and blame along the lines of – “you should have done XYZ, this isn’t about me, it’s about you!”