Wrinkles don’t matter so much when you’re middle-aged

Middle-aged wrinkles
Image by Jayakody Anthanas

Women who’ve passed the so-called ‘midlife crisis’ phase, don’t worry about their wrinkles and deteriorating health as much as younger women. Anne Barrett, a sociology professor and director of FSU’s Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, found that young women’s greater anxieties about declines in health and attractiveness degrade their emotional well-being, while older … Read more