Sharon backtracks on mid-life crisis issue

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Sharon Cuneta, 48, recently explained the news that she is (was) suffering from mid-life crisis.

“(sic) Please do not worry—from your comments I gathered that some of you think that I am still going through my mid-life crisis! If you re-read my post, that happened when I turned 40, and it lasted until I was about 42.

“I have been done with my ‘mid-life’ crisis for many years now, so please do not worry any longer! But thank you so much for your concern.”


She added that she’s now OK even after she underwent trials in her personal life and career.

Sharon was quoted by PEP as saying: “I have gotten back to a good place in my life, even if I am at my lowest points in my career and life. (I say ‘my life’ because I worry for my mommy. I worry about my other loved ones, my many responsibilities to them and my many obligations. I say ‘my career’ because I obviously haven’t been visible lately and have had to deal with obstacles to achieving my goals.)

“Besides my size, I have long been back to being ‘me,’ maybe a different me, but a stronger, kinder, more considerate and more appreciative, maybe even a little wiser me than before. And definitely a lot more grateful.”

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on August 28, 2014.


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