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What’s Love Got To Do With It (Aging That Is)

By Susan Williams Some time ago, we published a post about a small Italian village and whether they had the secret to longevity. In this village, 1 out of 10 of the residents were over 100 years old. Diet and lifestyle most definitely played a role in this phenomenon...

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All I Want For Christmas Is For No One To Be Lonely

By Susan Williams As I begin preparations for the upcoming holiday season, I can’t help but get excited. My kids will be home for the holidays, we have a number of parties and get togethers lined up with friends and just going outside and seeing the Christmas lights lifts...

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Inter-Generational Travel – Creating Memories For Life

By Susan Williams Just returned from a wonderful multi-generation family vacation. Along with seeing some great sights and getting some wonderful memories there were a few things that I learned in the process. If you’re thinking about taking this type of trip, these tips may help.

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Loneliness and It’s Toll On Positive Aging

By Susan Williams I don’t know of anyone who wants to be lonely. But sadly, many people are. Research from the AARP discovered that approximately 1 in 3 adults aged 45 and over are lonely.  And in the UK, the issue of loneliness has become so concerning that they even...

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Marriage – The Second Time Around

By Stacy Yanchuk Oleksy Ah marriage! It’s what many of us expected to take part in when we were younger. That’s what you did – you fell in love, got married, had a family and then grew old together. Unfortunately the best laid plans don’t always play out the...

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Who Would Be On Your List of Eight?

By Nancy Angus Loneliness is a social epidemic and can be even worse for older people. Here is how one group of people is combating this situation as they age. Their initiative begs to ask us the question – “who would be on your list of 8”?

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