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Re: aging issues in and out of therapy pegasus

Posted by lucielu2 on August 25, 2011, at 12:30:22

In reply to Re: aging issues in and out of therapy lucielu2, posted by pegasus on August 22, 2011, at 9:50:37

I had a long talk with my husband on this subject. We concluded that in the absence of the things that normally define us, e.g. children and work, then we must find new definitions. These can be hobbies or avocations because you keep young when you are active and interested in life. I think it is also well worth it to fight the physical effects of aging to the extent that it is under your control just to give yourself a healthier and more active life. And finally, relationships are very defining. We have new opportunities to relate to people in different ways as we age. Maybe less competititon for some, more companionship. All in all, it doesn't sound so bad... sounds like a challenge in a good way. Please understand that I am talking to myself here too!




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