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Re: aging issues in and out of therapy emmanuel98

Posted by pegasus on September 2, 2011, at 10:44:16

In reply to Re: aging issues in and out of therapy, posted by emmanuel98 on September 1, 2011, at 18:55:55

Its a good point. Maybe I need to focus less on how I look, and more on what I've done, as a way to more gracefully come to terms with aging.

I've actually accomplished a lot that I'm very proud of, especially in the last 10 years. And I definitely feel much wiser than I used to be, in so many ways. I actually sometimes feel so sorry for people in their 20s, who haven't learned so many lessons yet, and have no idea that they haven't. In that sense, I'm very happy with where I am in my life.

I also have a lot of really exciting things that I'm working on right now, and am looking forward to the future. I feel very vitally alive. I should be, and I am, sooooo grateful for that! In that sense, I should be glad for what I have, and count those silly superficial losses as very minor.

- p




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