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Leaning Into Grief

By Christine MacMillan Grief is something we would prefer to avoid. We don’t like thinking about it, yet alone talking about it. So why would you want to lean into your grief, and what does that exactly mean? We will, if we have not already, experience grief after the...

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The Connection Between Springsteen, Men, Aging & Depression

By Dave Price By any measure, Bruce Springsteen appears to be the epitome of the successes possible in the American Dream, a subject which as a songwriter he has so often examined in his acclaimed work. There’s Bruce Springsteen rising from working class New Jersey roots to become the...

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Ways To Reduce Your Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease – it is a devastating disease with some devastating impacts. But do we have any control at all about whether we actually get the disease or not? As it turns out, there may be some things we could to to help reduce our risk of contracting the...

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Volunteering – Your Brain Will Thank You For It

When you volunteer, you trigger a wave of positivity. Not only for the benefit of the people that you are volunteering for but also for yourself. There was already a great deal of research that helping others was good for your physical and mental health. And now some new...

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Will Your Personality Change in Retirement?

By Joe Casey While passing by and seeing this title, my wife commented, “Let’s hope so.” Oh, well.Our personalities were previously thought to develop early in life through childhood, adolescence and early adulthood and then remain fairly static. Now it appears that certain aspects of personality evolve later in life.

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Why Knowing Your Ikigai Is So Important in Retirement

By Susan Williams Do you know what your ikigai is? Find out why knowing what this is can be so important in your life – especially when it comes to retirement and aging.

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