'Late-life crisis' hits the over-60s

A third of people in their sixties go through a “late-life crisis”, psychologists suggest.

Just under 300 people aged over 60 in the UK completed an online survey for the research.

Of the 33% who went through a crisis, bereavement was the most common trigger, followed by personal illness or injury.

Oliver Robinson told the British Psychological Society conference that people became aware of their frailty.

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