A man's drive for a new body, new clothes, and a different life-style is to convince himself, and the world, that he is still young. He may enlist the help of plastic surgeons, hair stylists, and personal trainers to maintain his youthful appearance. He may also start working out at the gym, losing weight, get a new wardrobe, and a new car. However, if a man's purpose is to turn back the clock and recapture his lost years, he is destined for disappointment. But, if these changes are done in the context of a growing realization of who he is and what he wants to be, they can have a positive affect on a man's self-image and may become part of a positive solution to his midlife crisis.
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