Category Archives: Sad about aging

Forgotten, not gone

Here’s an article of interest from the-tls.co.uk by Carol Tavris, Age 74 “Age only matters while one is ageing”, said Picasso, at the age of eighty. “Now that I have arrived at a great age, I might as well be … Continue reading

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Not just me then!

Susie, Age 70 What a lovely relief to discover your page when I was idly Googling ‘feeling sad at turning 70’, which I was last week on February 18th. I had decided that this year, after excruciatingly disappointing previous landmark … Continue reading

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