Why Are Women Over 40 And 50 Called A New “Ageless Generation?”
May 24, 2019 09:47
Years tend to change public opinion and people's attitudes towards certain vital aspects. Today, many women are flourishing at the age that was called senior just a few decades ago, with some of them looking no worse than the 20-year-olds. So, why are they, but not the 30-year-olds, now considered “an ageless generation?”
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Middle-aged (30-40) period used to be considered a landmark in the life of many women. Few people remember it began just shortly after 30. By that time, many women were already married, some – already divorced, but all of them lived in captivity of everyday difficulties. What has changed? The answer is simple: our self-perception and the world around us.