Each new life stage comes with different challenges and opportunities for growth. In fact, according to the famous psychoanalyst Erik Erikson, known for his influential theory on psychological development, there are eight distinct life stages, each defined by a central conflict or crisis. In the seventh stage of development, Erikson contends that we must all work to find ways to be productive and give back to others as a way to avoid a stagnant period marked by a lack of growth. And experts say that one of the best ways to resolve that inner conflict and feel happier after 50 is through volunteering.
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