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Boomers Take on the Third Age

In the Tolkien Lord of the Rings, the Third Age was a time of all-out war. Now, in the 21st century, the Third Age has a different meaning. It is the time of life for those 55+. Now, that means a lot of

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How to Handle it When Mom and Dad are Getting Older

Who’s the busiest person you know? I can describe the person I know is one of the busiest, if not the busiest: Female Aged between 40 and 55 Has a spouse and children who may be grown May have grandchildren Works

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2 Things to Think About When You Talk to Your Aging Parents

For some reason lately I have heard a spate of statements like: “She won’t listen to me.” “He’s so stubborn. Even if it makes his life better – and healthier – he still won’t do what I

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As Mom Ages – Mother/Daughter Roles Reverse

Mothers constantly worry about their children from the time they’re born until they’re grown and beyond. “You feel hot. Are you getting a fever?” “Why is quiet? What are you getting into?”

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They’re Getting Old, How Can I Get Them to Listen to Me?

I recently read a statistic that took me by surprise: While only 25% of the aging parents surveyed report that they are stressed because of their adult children, nearly twice as many adult children report

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What’s the Reason You Keep Secrets from Your Kids?

Recently my 79-year-old neighbor, Grace, was sitting in my kitchen for coffee and a chat. I was a little startled when she leaned in, grinned, and said, “I’m taking tango lessons and none of my kids

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How to Prevent Being Alone from Gnawing Away at Your Sense of Security

“The great secret that all old people share is that you really haven’t changed in seventy or eighty years. Your body changes, but you don’t change at all. And that, of course, causes great

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