For all of the messy tragedy inherent in a midlife crisis, for men anyway, there used to be something fun about them.
Tina Brown: Now obviously, you yourself had said, had come off a kind of midlife crisis yourself, right?
Burning money trying to become “cooler” ends up looking something like the metropolitan equivalent to a midlife crisis.
Amy: Girl Walks into a Bar…: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a midlife Miracle, by Dr. Rachel Dratch.
Ted Thompson is concerned with the “if not before,” which is to say the midlife crisis.
When the Vespa scooter, for example, was relaunched four years ago, a friend bragged it was his "midlife crisis on a budget."
Now, however, the VMAs are facing a bit of a midlife crisis.
As I continue to bring up the term “midlife crisis,” I can almost hear Reynolds cringe through the phone.
Technically, other TV characters are having a much more indulgent time with their midlife malaise.
It is a book that I think would appeal to a lot of people who are having a midlife crisis or a change of life.
midlife mid·life (mĭd'līf')
See middle age. adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of middle age.