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Aging Well: Coping with Change

Seniors experience significant lifestyle changes, including retirement, aging, health issues, and grief that accompanies changes in self or loss of loved ones. Coping with lifestyle changes is one key to successful senior living.
  1. Books on Aging (1)
  2. Coping with Grief (6)
  3. Coping with Loneliness (5)
  4. Guest Author Bios (1)
  5. Improve Communication (2)
  6. Increase Longevity (5)
  7. Keep a Positive Attitude (17)
  8. Lifelong Learning (8)
  9. Older Adults and Pets (3)
  10. Sex After 50 (1)

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