It happens in our families. At work. On TV. In advertising. On the street. And perhaps most important, in our own minds and hearts. I’m
When it comes to getting older, we can all learn from those “courageous agers” who live by this sage advice: “It’s time to think outside
An excerpt from Courageous Aging: Your Best Years Ever Reimagined Chapter 6 – The Industry of Aging: Pop Culture, Wrinkle Cream, and Annuities In this culture
The Lost Art of Compressing Time We all live in the stream bed of time. Sometimes the waters move agonizingly slow and we ache for
“Ever wonder why so many of us women camp out in the freezer section at Costco?” my friend asked me the other day while she
5 Steps to Making Peace with Your Reflection We do it all the time — that is, catch a glimpse of ourselves in the mirror.
What happens when comedy crosses the line of good taste and poking becomes slashing. Some of us grew up with humor as a love language.
Writing my new book, Courageous Aging (Morgan James, Spring 2017), has been quite the education. With more than 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day, the
By Linda Bernstein, NextAvenue.org “I felt guilty every day of my life that I was able to have children and Lilly wasn’t,” my 80-year-old mother
Saturday March 10 2012 – 9:00-3:00 How old do you have to be to come to terms with how old you are? Join Ken at