Tag Archives: Aging

Getting Older or Growing Older: it’s not just semantics.

  Life is a pot luck: a lot depends on what you bring to it, as well as what others bring. The “others” could be people, nature, education, opportunities etc. Life is rife with choices. But, you have to keep … Continue reading

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Course Corrections

A friend, older than I, refers to adjustments needed during a lifetime as “course corrections”.  I think she’s right. No matter at what age, we course correct frequently. Rarely do we, as young people, know what our course will be, … Continue reading

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Getting The Word

Stunning. That’s how it feels when your doctor tells you that something is not what it should be. Doesn’t matter what it is; it’s scary. Most people experience, in varying degrees, Kubler-Ross’s hierarchy of dying: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and … Continue reading

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