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Listening with Compassion
Listening with Compassion

Sometimes you wish to share something about your life.  When you do, you want a person who listens with empathy, intention, and without judgement. Th...
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10 Things to Love About Aging
10 Things to Love About Aging

Of course, things change as you age.  However, when you only view aging as impairment and decline, it damages your sense of self, diminishes your opp...
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My Brains Didn’t Leave with My Hair Color
My Brains Didn’t Leave with My Hair Color

During a recent interview with Sonya Bloom, she shared one of the reasons she decided to facilitate discussions to reduce ageism. “My brains didn’...
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The New Pill That Can End Aging
The New Pill That Can End Aging

A few years ago, while waiting for a doctor’s appointment, I saw an ad in a Reader’s Digest publication for “the new pill that can end aging bec...
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Focus on the Whole, Not the Hole
Focus on the Whole, Not the Hole

When we see someone using a cane or walker, the stigma associated is often “old, slow, and feeble minded.”  When we hear someone is living with d...
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COVID’s Impact on Isolation
COVID’s Impact on Isolation

Covid-19 brought an urgency and increased focus to the problem of social isolation. So it was no surprise to Embracing Aging that connectivity was a c...
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Start Recording!
Start Recording!

There is power in hearing someone’s story.  Stories help connect people because they provide a glimpse into one’s life.  They offer perspective,...
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When You Help Others, You Help Yourself
When You Help Others, You Help Yourself

Wonderful gifts come in all shapes and sizes.  Sometimes they are actual products, other times not.  I find gifts related to experiences, memories, ...
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Life is Not Static
Life is Not Static

“Life is not static.  It is always in motion, swirling, changing, evolving, dancing, flowing.” These are the words Joel Conway says about aging....
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