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About Sheri Saxe

Sheri Saxe is a psychotherapist with a focus on helping women to accept and integrate their painful experiences and blossom into new life; this is called radical acceptance. She has a passion for wilderness backpacking, meditation, and being a grandmother. She is the founder of the blog Seasoned Women Over Sixty https://seasonedwomenoversixty.wordpress.com/
Latest Posts | By Sheri Saxe
What’s All the Hullabaloo about Mindfulness Meditation?
6 months ago

What’s All the Hullabaloo about Mindfulness Meditation?

I sit on my living room floor, in front of the fire, after my morning tea. This is my time; time to slow my breath, relax my body and just be present. This is my way of soothing my mind and releasing the tension in my body. Nothing fancy, nothing strange; this is mindfulness meditation and I love it. Read More

Are You Ready to Show Off Your Grandmother Power?
7 months ago

Are You Ready to Show Off Your Grandmother Power?

By  •  Family

My view of the world will never be quite the same.

This past week, a friend and I attended a mind-blowing exhibit at Dennos Museum in Traverse City. It is entitled “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon,” and is based on the work of photojournalist/storyteller Paola Gianturco. She chronicles the stories of grandmothers around the world fighting for a better future for their grandchildren. Read More

Feeling Despair, Fear or Worry After 60? You Are Not Alone!
8 months ago

Feeling Despair, Fear or Worry After 60? You Are Not Alone!

At over sixty, we have learned to be optimists. Look on the bright side. Whistle a happy tune. Be very grateful for the good in our lives. When we feel down, we distract ourselves. Read More

5 Fool-Proof Tips for Surviving the Holidays
9 months ago

5 Fool-Proof Tips for Surviving the Holidays

By  •  Lifestyle

Aaahh, the smell of roasting turkey. Sounds of jingle bells and children’s red-cheeked laughter. Visions of shiny wrapping paper and sparkly trees and glowing menorahs. Joy and connection. The happiest time of the year.

Except when it isn’t. Read More