For many men, turning 40 can be synonymous with old age. In other cases, it can be interpreted that an age has been reached and that all the goals and objectives that may have been set at 20 or 30 have not been achieved. However, this is a condition that thousands or perhaps millions of men in the world go through at that time in their lives.
This is the case of Colombian actor Juan Pablo Raba who lives in the United States, who revealed in an interview with the entertainment program “La Red” that he has been suffering for some time and that many consider it a taboo in society.
“It must be said that it exists, it is a fact. Sounds like a simple naming, but it really happens to us and I think it’s in my own case I began to realize that something had changed and that something was my perception of life and reality and that I realized that I had literally reached the middle of my life And it made me have very deep thoughts about it,” the actor began describing that moment in his life he is going through for the aforementioned entertainment programme.
He described his crisis as realizing that he had reached that point in his life when he thought about what was next for him, sparking fears and insecurity that were exacerbated by the arrival of his second daughter three years ago.
“With Joaquín it was an explosion of life, what’s all we’re going to do and make me want energy, but With Josefina everything was more thoughtful, seeing that little person for whom I take full responsibility With my wife of course and I was afraid of not being able to be there, of not being the best version of who I could be, afraid of leaving tomorrow and that this little person would be left without me.Raba referred to “La Red.”
Those kinds of feelings and sensibilities that gripped Juan Pablo Rappa when he hit his forties were also realized by his wife Monica Fonseca, who realized what was going through her partner’s head that he contributed so much to by being that car. Representative to express all that he saved.
“This is amazing I don’t speak out of fear, I do it out of awareness, not only do I have to change, but there are many things we must change. How did he become a better father, how did he become a better husband, a loyal friend, and a better brother?, because there will never be a day when you will say I am perfect, and it is good to understand that there are things that you will never be able to change and they simply are,” added Rappa.
Finally, send a message to all men who are going through a similar situation that if they have someone they can talk to, do it, that sometimes it is necessary to ask for help and that they understand that they are not. lonliness.
The couple became an example for many other couples who wish to have a stable relationship like that of Monica and Juan Pablo, so they decided to share the secret with their followers.
“Communication, ‘teach’ patience, talk, take it easy, love each other, love, love is key and always wins. It’s been 10 years since you put up with me, tired, and neurotic”, The artists laughed.
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