We were never taught how to be “old” so we just seem to fumble our way forward with each birthday. We are getting a few (or more) gray hairs, or seeing a few wrinkles in the face, and we don’t like it. We might fear what is to come because not one of us knows what to expect.
Nothing will stop us from the normal path of life where we finally grow older. Life is terminal, but it doesn’t have to be a dreaded part of life. It’s too easy to say, “It’s all in your attitude!” There are actually things we can do to live every minute of the life we have and allow those minutes to be enjoyable. We can live every day with Gusto!
My online course, “Growing Older with Gusto!” is now “evergreen.” That means that the course continues to be available to those of any age who are beginning to realize their mortality and who want to learn a better way of approaching it. I will make a few revisions to the curriculum regularly so it stays current with the times.
Please consider forwarding this information to anyone you know. Encourage them to take part. Over the course of six weeks, I will try to cover all questions, and maybe even answer a few questions they didn’t know they had.
This link takes you to the registration page.
In addition to the course, I am opening up a few slots in my schedule for those who want individual coaching in this adventure of growing older. I have almost nine decades behind me of living with gusto. Contact me if you are interested in what I have to share.
A hui hou!
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One thing that has bothered me about growing older is trying to determine what is a legitimate medical concern, requiring treatment, and the normal aging process. I mentioned this to my elderly physician and his reply to me was, “Me too.” I guess the best advise is regular lab work and regular visits to your primary care provider.