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Carl Jung And The Art Of Aging Well
20 Profound Quotes By Carl Jung That Will Help You To Better Understand Yourself
Women Rowing North: An Interview with Mary Pipher On reaping the depth and beauty of aging by Jenara Nerenberg, Theÿ Garrison Institute.
The High Cost of Ageism in the Workplace by Leah Kinthaert
Study Shows The More You Hang Out With Your Mom, The Longer Shell Live by Sarah Schreiber,
Want to Leave a Legacy Be a Mentor by Jane Brody, New York Times, March 4, 2019
Why Lifting Weights Can Be So Potent for Aging Well by Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times, March 20,2019
Nine Guidelines for Aging With Wisdom by Olivia Ames Hoblitzelle, March 8, 2018.
Budget- Friendly Healthy Eating Tips for the Older Adult by Jordan Wingate
Am I Old by Steve Patrow
Ways to Find a Home Remodeler for Aging in Place by Stan Gornicz
A Collection of Stories Designed to Challenge Aging Stereotype by Meg LaPorte, Founder of Age in America.
The 4 Things That Matter Most Late in Life by Poul-Erik Tindbaek
What Do 90-Somethings Regret Most by Lydia Sohn.
Ageism: A Prevalent and Insidious Health Threat. Paula Span, New York Times – April 26, 2019
Vanity is Not a Deadly Sin. It’s One of Life’s Last Vital Signs. Ruth LaFerla, New York Times – May 15, 2019.
Gardening Could Be The Hobby That Helps You Live to be 100., Jamie Feldmer, 12/10/18
Goodbye Nursing Homes! The New Trend is Cohousing With Friends
Happy Ever After: 25 Ways to Live Well Into Old Age. Susan Saunders and Annabel Streets, The Guardian, US Edition, 5/26/19
Women’s Heart Health Straight Talk Newsletter.
Agism is Everywhere: It’s Time to Stop It
About Death and Old Age by D.J. McKay
Seniors and Care Givers – BridgingApps
The Joys of Minimalist Life in Retirement
Stay in Control of Your Life and Care During a Dementia Diagnosis
The Longevity Files: A strong grip? Push-ups? What actually can help you live to a ripe old age. The Washington Post.
Older Americans are increasingly unwilling — Or Unable — To Retire: NPR