Aging in Place with LOVE 2018
Aging In Place
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- January 9, 2018
- By: Patrick Roden PhD
- Category: Aging In Place
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I have been discussing for some time now the aging in place paradox; which is; to be more independent—you will need to be more inter-dependent.
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I've been reading the intriguing New York Times Bestseller, Nudge by Thaler and Sunstein. With a subtitle like this: "Improving Health, Wealth, and Happiness," I got sucked in and couldn't pass it by. After all, who isn't in pursuit of improving their health, wealth, and happiness; and they overlap perfectly with aging in place.
I came across a book by Susan David, PhD, that has been of solace during this of change and loss. Emotional Agility is rich in concepts and a somewhat contrarian view of difficult emotions:
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