Growing older is nightmarish, but it also provides glimpses of how heaven is right here within reach. I think these glimpses, which reside in the failing sight of the old, and the disabled, are precious, and should be a regular part of our collective journey into mystery.
As a Ph.D. student in psychology, much of my research focuses on the question: “How do feelings of usefulness to others in later life influence the selection and application of adaptive health behaviors?”
Many boomers may have to stop working in their 50s and early 60s due to a disability. What do you do if this happens to you?
— Can Japan’s spirited youth save their ageing nation? [Reuters] — Beware of debt relief scams. [Boomer Consumer] — Drug trials exclude older patients who may benefit the most. [New York Times] — Walking and Diet Dramatically Cut Risk of Alzheimer`s Disease. [Technorati Lifestyle] — People with mental disabilities can work too [Disability Blog] — […]