I get it -- aging isn't for sissies, but from the moment that we survive birth, life is challenging. By the time we're 2, we've had to learn how to walk and talk. At 5 or even earlier we start school and usually continue with more and more difficult curriculum for at least 12 years. All this and not to mention learning to be sociable. It's not so easy being a kid, yet it appears that they smile 300-400 times and laugh at least 150 times all in a day. Adults are clocked at 17.5 laughs. So what's going on? Are we laughing less because it's so hard to deal with aging or are we having difficulty with getting older because we've lost our sense of humor, our ability to laugh?!?
I believe we can get our laugh back and strive to die young at a very old age. Wouldn't you like to look and live younger??
Jane Fonda, 85 years old, recently said, "It's not how old you are. It's how long you have lived, so far.". It's a wonderful time in our lives to look back, take inventory, recognize the wisdom we've gained, and continue to look forward, too.
Would you like to reframe aging, get your laugh back or at least more smiles?
Come on a journey with me and others like you and explore a better way.
We're all getting older -- it's a fact of life. The years keep going by but we can do something about HOW we age. Reaching 50, 60, 70 and beyond is no laughing matter ... or is it?!
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Presented by Barbara L Cummings, MS, RN
Queenager, & Loving Rule Bender
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