- Description and overview of Daniel Levinsons life structure theory
- Article that appeared in the Harvard Gazette in 1997 discussing the myth of the midlife crisis
- Family Dynamics in Middle Adulthood
From the Texas Cooperative Extension offices, an article about the family dynamics in middle adulthood and the responsibilities that befall adults caring for their childrens children, their adult children, and their aging parents.
- Network on Successful Midlife Development
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Successful Midlife Development website. The Network is involved in a number of projects related to better understanding the changes in adulthood from a multidisciplinary perspective. Information is available about recent research, publications, and other links related to aging and development.
- The Sandwich Generation
An overview of the sandwich generation. The discussion includes expectations of the middle years, generational needs, developmental tasks of the middle years, and solutions for those people who fall into this category.
- Domestic Violence Handbook
From the Domestic Violence Handbook published online by the Oakland Country Coordinating Council Against Domestic Violence, this manual has information about the cycle of violence, definitions of victims, abusers, and types of violence, as well as additional resources about where to get help.
- Review of Reclaiming the fire
Review of the book Reclaiming the fire: How successful people overcome burnout by Steven Berglas, a lecturer at UCLA and adjunct faculty member at Harvard Medical School. The author discusses (through case studies) how people struggle to find satisfaction in their careers.
- Summary about Baby Boomers Retirement Views
From the AARP, an detailed executive summary about baby boomers and how they have envisioned their retirement years based on five phases of research, that are also described in the document.