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Topic - Lisa Napoli
Lisa Napoli hails from Brooklyn, N.Y., but has lived off and on in Los Angeles for quite some time. It was there when, at the age of 43, she had a midlife crisis.
The location also played a role, she said.
"I think that I was ready for it," she said. "I found -- and this was in no way unique -- everybody gets to midlife and starts questioning the big questions, the future, how to wrap up your life in a more significant way."