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Senior issues not always what we think, for Latinos in particular

Posted by Elena del Valle on October 7, 2009

By Luisa M. Fournier-Padró

Luisa M. Fournier-Padró

Luisa M. Fournier-Padró

I say that old is how and what we feel. If we think we are not old, then we should live the age we think and feel we are without giving a thought to what other people might think or say. “Getting old isn’t nearly as bad as people think it will be. Nor is it quite as good,” according to the Expectations versus Reality report by Pew Research Center.

What does that mean? Getting older is part of life but it is not the same for all, it depends on past life circumstances that could determine the path of lessons to apply and survive, especially during the current economic crisis that easily flows into an emotional one.

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