Here are 10 skills that will clarify your visions and bring you closer to your life goals.
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Make the rest of your life the best of your life.
Morton H Shaevitz Ph.D., ABPP
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Why go back and forth when you can make a simple phone call?
Sometimes "practical" decision making can take away from the passion and excitement in your life. How do you know when to just go for it?
Talking with your parents about their driving can be difficult. Here are some ways to approach the conversation.
Mental health and physical health are linked more than you know.
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What can you do to overcome your technophobia?
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Don't think you're missing much by avoiding technology? Maybe it's time to reconsider.
Why is it so hard for older adults and their middle aged children to talk about money?
Geriatric Technophobia can limit the lives of older adults. Let me show you how we can embrace change together!
When it comes to discussing the topics of inheritance and finances, it's never too early to start this important conversation.
Let's come up with a better way forward for older adults.
Getting past recovery and to empowerment is difficult, but necessary, work.
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Most of us will have to talk with our parents about their driving at some point. Let's discuss how not to fall into some common traps.
An ode to trying it anyway.
Here's how innovative programs for older workers can solve America's executive brain drain.
What is the difference between a bucket list and a five-year plan?
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Morton H. Shaevitz, Ph.D., ABPP, is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at UC San Diego and chairs the Geriatric Section of the California Psychological Association.