four movements of chronic illness

four movements of chronic illness

Sometimes you can find strength just by the way you think about things. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at age 20. MS is a disease of the central nervous system. Each person with MS experiences it differently. It’s unpredictable and, when I was diagnosed,...

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Let’s transform small talk

Let’s transform small talk

“Connection,” Brené Brown writes, “is the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” What if we felt that connection...

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Grieving our losses

Grieving our losses

Getting older comes with both benefits and losses. Benefits may include more free time, deeper relationships grown over time, and becoming more brilliantly who we are. Losses include physical and mental decline, death of friends and family members and, eventually, our...

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Advice and wisdom about getting older

Advice and wisdom about getting older

By Warren Wolfe I’m engaged in two projects that have me thinking about my aging. Actually, I’ve been thinking about that for more than 30 years, ever since I started writing about aging for the Star Tribune. But for the past two months, I’ve actually been taking...

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Tips for aging gracefully

Tips for aging gracefully

One of my lovely readers suggested we spend some time exploring the idea of “aging gracefully.” ( I created illustration above, Grandma Tortoise, in 2017. She was 130 years old. Looking at the illustration teaches me about grief and letting go. I invited readers to...

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Good friends = better life

Good friends = better life

In case you need convincing, having good friends is good for your health. According to Mayo Clinic “Adults with strong social connections have a reduced risk of many significant health problems, including depression, high blood pressure and an unhealthy body mass...

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