What is the manopause? Put simply, it’s a time when men pause. We stop, think, and wonder deeply about life. The fact that we do this while we are looking at sports cars, women, or electric guitars in a shop window, is not the point. Trust me, we are thinking deep thoughts. So here is the guidebook to thinking less, and making the most of your so-called 'midlife crisis'.
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Is it possible for men in their forties and fifties to stop reflecting and start to enjoy this new stage of life? The answer is yes - and here at last is the guidebook to making the most of your so-called midlife crisis. You'll discover:
- How to convince your wife you need a new hobby (or two)
- Choosing a hobby based on the complex (all right, simple) male personality
- Cunning ways to get yourself a lad's holiday, away from the family
- Beard or no beard?
- Sports car or no sports car?
- Why a shed is the new sports car
- How to buy, stock and enjoy a shed, and why it should be sited as far as possible from your home
- What can be done about the blatantly contradictory claims made about health, exercise, food, drink, sports, and philosophy?
**Alternative marketing to women married to men in their late forties and fifties**: Find out what makes your man tick! What is he really thinking about when he casts sidelong glances at sports cars and electric guitars? Discover why you should let him have a shed, a beard, a hobby, meet-ups with his pals, and generally have a fun time! The poor chap doesn't enjoy thinking - he needs to be out there doing. That's how it used to be back when his ancestors went out hunting with other men for days on end while you gathered nuts and berries, remember? And if we deny our primate natures,we are heading for all kinds of trouble (or work).