Striving for and clinging to an ideal physical appearance is pervasive in American culture. How does this myth exist when every single day of one’s life our appearance is shifting, we are aging?
Sexual expression among elders in nursing homes, the value of social media during a crisis in long term care settings and much more in today’s ChangingAging Blogstream roundup.
I enjoy reporting on issues related to aging and elderhood but sometimes feel insecure about voicing an opinion on a stage of life I haven’t actually experienced.
This is what I call, “The Busy Time.” Spring is in the air and so am I.
We are getting ready for the Eden International Conference in Grand Rapids at the end of the month.
We are getting ready for the premier of my new play… “Play What’s Not There” at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis in early June.
We are pushing to get the word out about “Tribes of Eden” (but you knew that already) and if you haven’t read it yet— you should.
I am traveling and enjoying being with and working with some of the coolest people in the world.
There are some big new projects that are just about to hatch and I look forward to sharing them all with you.
Long time readers will remember that I was engaged to write a one-act play dealing with the difficult problem of work-life balance. The result was a work titled, “Play What’s Not There.”
Well, last Friday we had our first run through at the Guthrie Theater. The team at Guthrie assembled a group of professional actors and we gathered in a rehearsal space for a “table reading.”