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This might sound politically incorrect, but the old "opposites attract" adage generally doesn't hold up over the long haulFrom the lack of older characters on prime time TV, to ageist humor that permeates daily life, to treating the old as non-personsA healthy dose of ego often convinces us that our way of looking at things is right, but the truth is that trying to "correct" someone else's flaws usually backfires, says psychologist Paul Coleman, author of "We Need To Talk": Tough Conversations With Your SpouseThis is a book to keep by your bedside and return to often.”—Amy Dickinson, nationally syndicated advice columnist Ask AmyMore than one thousand extraordinary Americans share their stories and the wisdom they have gained on living, loving, and finding happiness.After a chance encounter with an extraordinary ninety-year-old woman, renowned gerontologist Karl Pillemer began to wonder what older people know about life that the rest of us dont.His quest led him to interview more than one thousand Americans over the age of sixty-five to seek their counsel on all the big issues: children, marriage, money, career, agingOffering clear advice toward a more fulfilling life, it is as useful as it is inspiring

Karl A Feb 22, 2012 12:18 EST Instead, focus on the lasting bonds that remain in the relationshipHappiness is not contingent on realizing your hypothetical criteria for successPillemer I love that question! I think the most important one (although it is hard to choose) for me was "Live like your life is short." The older the respondent, the more likely he or she was to say "I've learned that life passes by in a second." (One man said "in a nanosecond.") They say this not to depress younger people, but to get them to look carefully at how they spend their time, and to make better choicesWith this new awareness the experience of life is seen differently, and new possibilities are opened"The immature part of us hates confronting our limited ability to invest in someone else and loves the idea that compatible people don't have conflicts of interest," says psychologist David Schnarch, author of Intimacy & Desire: Awaken the Passion in Your RelationshipBut dementia changes the game entirelyIn 2011, with the economy floundering and even bad jobs in short supply, advice like this might ring a bit idealistic(Hal Urban, author of Life's Greatest Lessons) Show More Meet the Author Karl Pillemer, PhD,is the founder and director of the Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging, a center that works to increase public awareness of aging researchPillemer Yes, this is one of the "easier said than done" recommendations Feb 22, 2012 12:14 EST "When we lack stable and supportive relationships, we can become depressed and anxious." Moreover, our connections provide some of the best opportunities to grow in meaningful ways, says psychologist Harriet Lerner: "Any relationship can be a laboratory where we experiment with bold acts of change and learn something about ourselves, the other person, and the possibilities between us." When it comes to seeking out bona fide relationship advice, don't limit yourself to self-help bookshard-won real-life wisdom can be more valuable than anything you'd find at Barnes & NobleIt is not likely however that many of these young adults will really be able to integrate that feeling into their daily lives; but for those few who can, this book is a good "how to" to make their lives more meaningful and worthwhileAnd they have personally experienced many of the tragedies younger people dread, giving them the ability to advise the rest of us about resilience in the face of illness and lossThis is somewhat suprising, but it's quite a robust finding 5d8a9798ff

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