United, the Post War Generation can prove ourselves a great generation, not just a great big generation.
In an editorial in the NYTimes Sunday Review (7/29/12), Thomas Friedman lays out the financial dilemma we face in long term care. The bottom line? A frightening percentage of Americans do not have the money to retire, much less pay for … Continue reading →
In preparation for my TED talk at this Saturday’s TEDxSF Alive! Maximum Living as a Human conference in San Francisco, I’ve shared my ideas on the fundamental flaw in how contemporary American culture has designed the human life cycle. ChangingAging readers are familiar with my characterization of this problem as a “Cult of Adulthood.” To […]