Reaching mid-life can be an uncertain, sometimes frightening time for women. It is a time of enormous change - physically, emotionally and socially. How do you navigate these changes and be happy and fulfilled? As we emerge from the Covid pandemic, it is time to re-evaluate our lives, think about what makes us happy and what could make us happier. How to be a Happy Woman in Mid-Life aims to help women understand the challenges of this time of change and identify opportunities for renewal. Using cutting-edge research and the experiences of women in this age group, Social Psychology expert Anita Hamilton considers how health, relationships, sex, finances, purpose and attitude affect our general well-being and outlook on life. It is a "must-read" for any woman to discover ways to experience a new era of happiness - greater joy, reduced stress, and more meaning in their life. This delightful book is sure to become a companion for women looking for better well-being and a happier, more fulfilling life.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-146-1
Pages : 149
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Anita Hamilton is a communications, leadership and organisational change consultant. She has more than 25 years’ experience in marketing and communications, and media expertise gained from working for some of the biggest media brands in Europe. In recent years Anita founded a Woman in Leadership Programme focusing on developing communications and leadership skills for senior women in the workplace. She has written a research-based book about happiness for women in mid-life inspired by studying a Master’s Degree in her 50s and the experiences of women in her age group. Anita is a Trustee for the charity Advance that works to support women affected by domestic abuse and those in the Criminal Justice System. Anita has a Master’s Degree in Organisational and Social Psychology from the London School of Economics and a BSc (Hons) in Human Psychology from Aston University. She is a mentor on Aston University’s MBA degree course, is a guest lecturer at Aston and a freelance lecturer at the University of Kent.