Month: July 2010

Pushing 60

A recent article in the NY Times by Kate Zernike pointed out that ageism is painful sterotyping but references Dr. Butler (an advocate for successful aging) as cautioning “against embracing the opposite sterotype- the idea that aging successfully means that you have… Read More ›

Youth Turns Seventy

There was a short editorial in the New York Times last week noting Ringo’s jumping a decade. The writer made the statement (I’ll paraphrase) that it seemed to him as if youth, itself, has turned 70. I knew exactly what… Read More ›