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Living with Your Mid-Life Crisis
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Don't let your midlife crisis get the best of you! Learn to embrace it. And we have someone here who can help. Our guest is Donna Henes, the Midlife Midwife, and she's here to assist you in confronting and embracing the changes brought about by the midlife passage.
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The Staying Young Show: Living with your mid-life crisis
Millions of women are now entering or in the midst of midlife. With unprecedented freedom, education, longevity, and wealth, they hold positions of unheard of responsibility and stature. No longer Maidens, nor Mothers, and not yet old Crones, the question arises: Where do these dynamic, accomplished middle-aged women fit into the traditional description of the three stages of womanhood?
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Donna Henes
Donna Henes is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher, popular speaker, and award-winning writer specializing in multi-cultural ritual celebrations of the cycles of the seasons and the seasons of our lives. Her joyful celebrations of celestial events have introduced ancient traditional rituals and contemporary ceremonies to millions of people in more than 100 cities for thirty-five years. She is the author of four books: the award-winning amazon.com best selling The Queen of My Self: Stepping into Sovereignty in Midlife, The Moon Watcher's Companion, Celestially Auspicious Occasions™ : Seasons, Cycles & Celebrations and Dressing Our Wounds In Warm Clothes, as well as the CD, Reverence To Her: Mythology, the Matriarchy, & Me and the acclaimed quarterly journal, Always in Season: Living in Sync with the Cycles. She currently writes columns for The Huffington Post, Beliefnet and UPI Religion & Spirituality Forum, and publishes a monthly Ezine, The Queen's Chronicles. A respected ritual expert, she serves as ritual consultant for Hollywood films. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, USA Today, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast. Martha Stewart Living, Japanese Vogue, Crain’s New York Business, Variety, The Village Voice, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, more than 200 radio programs, and national television in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. In addition to teaching and lecturing worldwide, Mama Donna, as she is affectionately called, maintains a ceremonial center, spirit shop, ritual practice, and spiritual consultancy where she works with individuals, groups, institutions, municipalities and corporations to create meaningful ceremonies for every imaginable occasion.

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