Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
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When you find yourself at the age you never thought you’d be, there you are.
Dena Kouremetis on March 24, 2023
While you may not have been keen on inheriting so much of your parents' stuff, there are a few innovative ways to honor it by incorporating it into your home.
Dena Kouremetis on February 26, 2023
Evidence is mounting: Working past age 65 can mean better health and longevity.
Dena Kouremetis on November 22, 2022
They repeatedly reel us in, throw us back into the water, and in the process, erode our sense of identity.
Dena Kouremetis on September 28, 2022
Like the film Shawshank Redemption reminds us, “Get busy livin’ or get busy dyin’.” Unless DNA dictates something else, life is often all about decisions.
Dena Kouremetis on July 31, 2022
Experts agree that older people with positive perceptions of aging perform better physically and cognitively than those with negative perceptions.
Dena Kouremetis on May 24, 2022
Couples with good problem-solving skills are able to overcome the challenges otherwise associated with being out of sync in their sleeping.
Dena Kouremetis on February 16, 2022
Most personal changes are private wars. And afterward, you felt justified patting yourself on the back even though others never knew what really happened.
Dena Kouremetis on November 24, 2021
What, exactly, are you "saving" all that stuff for?
Dena Kouremetis on September 17, 2021
How do you remind yourself to pay attention to what you should be doing health-wise? Keep a list handy!
Dena Kouremetis on August 3, 2021
We can joke to break the tension we feel about getting older, or we can take baby steps to hold off the effects of aging so that we have the time to laugh even longer.
Dena Kouremetis on June 10, 2021
Those of us born in the ‘50s may have been intensely affected by what we watched on TV as a kid.
Dena Kouremetis on June 1, 2021
You've got one time to go around. Try doing something new and see how life can surprise you.
Dena Kouremetis on April 16, 2021
As they age, everyone’s life will have touched thousands of others, yet they will never know who or how many.
Dena Kouremetis on February 13, 2021
Women were mostly left out of the designer equation when it came to pockets, as if their practical needs were not considered as important as men’s.
Dena Kouremetis on January 5, 2021
Changing values make "stuff" less important.
Dena Kouremetis on December 26, 2020
Straightening your teeth past the age of 50 can change your world.
Dena Kouremetis on October 4, 2020
When something becomes a choice—in your head or on your head—it’s no longer a curse.
Dena Kouremetis on September 17, 2020
Some love the hunt for previously owned items. Others would rather purge their stuff. Why?
Dena Kouremetis on July 21, 2020
We have been carefully taught to suppress our interest in our looks, especially as we age, as if aging were a lost cause.
Dena Kouremetis on May 26, 2020
The “new normal” will not look like it did, but perhaps it might even be better.