The best way to forget all your troubles is to wear tight shoes.

The nice part about living in a small town is that when you don’t know what you’re doing, someone else does.

3. The older you get, the tougher it is to lose weight because by then your body and your fat are really good friends.

4. I read this article that said the typical symptoms of stress are: eating too much, impulse buying, and driving too fast. Are they kidding?

That is my idea of a perfect day! [Source: “Old

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What does it mean to be depressed? Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses in the world. According to the American Psychiatric Association 1 in 6 people will be affected by a major depression (that is, they will experience symptoms of depression that last at least two weeks) in the course of their lives. This illness can affect children, teenagers, adults, and the elderly, regardless of their nationality, level of education, or social status. Although 70% to 80% of cases can be tre

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We’ve done it again! Turned our clocks ahead and moved closer to the spring time of our present lives. We keep hoping for better weather but this last weekend has been anything but – snow, snow, snow. Keeping safe at this time of year is so very important.

Fall prevention can become somewhat difficult for us as we age for a variety of reasons:

1. Time change – when the clock shift occurs, our sleep patterns are disrupted and as we age it may take longer to readjust to the time

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Kind/Kindness: a sympathetic, friendly, gentle, benevolent or generous action or way of treatment of others.

(Source: Webster’s New World Dictionary)

A major direction of our more recent interactions, social and otherwise, seems to be one of being “anti”. We, even as seniors, seem to be anti-liberal, anti-conservative, and at this time of year – anti-bullying! Now ‘anti’ promotes the idea that we are ‘against or hostile to’ something. And at times

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