Life turns dull after forty years!

@Manasha (2317)
Pondicherry, India
August 17, 2015 10:04am CST
Do you have this feel after forty years in your life? When I saw people who turnes forty do feel a lot about their health and life without reason. Is it correct and good for them to feel, however, taking care of health is good but worrying about it is not good. Am I correct?
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@allknowing (69448)
• India
18 Aug 15
It is just the other way around atleast in my case. I gave up my job early and did all those things that I wanted to achieve.
@Manasha (2317)
• Pondicherry, India
18 Aug 15
giving up job is something need courage and bold..hats off
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@allknowing (69448)
• India
18 Aug 15
@Manasha I gave vent to my passion which was gardening. I started designing landscaped gardens something totally different from what I was doing - working for a multinational company where I held a middle management position.
@Manasha (2317)
• Pondicherry, India
18 Aug 15
@allknowing Gardening is an excellent passion for me also. However, I am teaching poor students in the evening hours on a free basis.
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@jkct02 (2859)
• Malaysia
18 Aug 15
I did not feel that when I was in my forties. But I do feel some now that I am entering my half century. As we are always reminded to taking more care as we are getting older, it is natural that we will pay more attention to our health in our age, but sometimes it is the body that actually gives us the signals to let us know which part of our body or organ that is weakening. I do worry if I can feel the problem but if I can't feel it I won't worry.
@Manasha (2317)
• Pondicherry, India
18 Aug 15
superb , at present knee pain started for me and worries started too
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@Rollo1 (16685)
• Boston, Massachusetts
17 Aug 15
Life is definitely not bad at forty. But something weird happens around 48.
@Manasha (2317)
• Pondicherry, India
18 Aug 15
Yes, something bad after forty in terms of health and energy. However, we have to cope with those
@SinfulRose (3529)
• Davao, Philippines
20 Nov 15
Might it be because people who are at that range thinks that they've already passed the age where they lived the best of their lives? I guess we all have that kind of mentality. And I would also guess that because of that kind of mentality, unknowingly they create the stressors in their life that would lead them to sickness. I mean, what if we change our perspectives a little bit? What if the best moments of our lives happens in the actions that we take to the future instead of what's in the past? I'm babbling now. So I shall stop right here. Anyways, just saying...