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Five and Five

Recently came across an article that has been floating around the blogosphere for over a year. The author, a former palliative care nurse, shares her observations of the most common five regrets she has heard from people at the end … Continue reading

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Looking Forward, Looking Back

[ This guest book review by Andrew Stark brings food for thought to the mind’s table. Skillful aging may refer to a collection of life skills. Whatever they are, they are probably worth developing. ] Book Review: Advice on how … Continue reading

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Guilt and Regret

For children, feeling bad may be a necessary part of the development of compassion, learning morality, and human relationships. This post is targeted to adults; individuals who daily practice moral behavior. For an adult, guilt is poison. Guilt arises from … Continue reading

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