The author begins, "THIS NEW LONGEVITY trend is making many men realize that if you’re 50 or 60 and healthy, you may live another 30 or 40 more years. It’s creating a new breed of people who...
The psychologist author shares how he recently had three retired men visit his practice, each grappling with depression. He points out, "Just as women face special challenges during their senior years, so too do their husbands, fathers and...
Many of us are at risk of cognitive decline, but there are things we can do to protect our finances from its effects. The author points out, "The greatest threat to the financial security of many older adults...
How's your friendship account balance looking? The author reminds us why building our friend portfolio prior to retirement is so important. He also shares some of the ways he is building his friend portfolio. These ideas can be...
In a world where distraction is everywhere and multitasking is common practice, it seems obvious that our presence in the moment is compromised. What is the impact of not being present and how does that affect our...
Lifespan is the number of years someone lives from birth until death, while healthspan is the number of years someone is healthy without chronic and debilitating disease.  As the article points out, "It is important to approach the...
People with strong relationships live longer, and they’re happier and healthier too, according to an 85-year Harvard study. The longest study of happiness ever conducted concludes that “social fitness” is as important as physical fitness. I have shared...
The article begins: "Tell me, what else should I have done? Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon? Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? This, the final...
New research suggests that eight simple lifestyle habits can have a significant, positive impact on one’s life expectancy. Researchers find that people who adopt eight healthy lifestyle habits by middle age could live substantially longer.  Nothing earth shattering...
Key points highlighted in the article: Many young and middle-aged adults assume that old age is an unhappy time. This stereotype is not supported by research. Contrary to the stereotypes, older adults are generally happier and more mentally stable...
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