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Mastering Resilience as We Age: 7 Mindful Tools to Help Us Conquer the Tough Times

By Sheena Nancy Sarles July 05, 2023

Does aging enhance or diminish our resilience? The dictionary definition of resilience goes something like this: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness; the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape…

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How to Grow Resilience and Cut Stress Eating for Successful Women over 60

By Cassie Christopher March 31, 2023

You’ve accomplished a lot in your life. You can do anything you set your mind to. But there is just one area where you constantly struggle, and hope nobody notices: your eating habits. If you are a woman over 60 struggling with eating, especially when stressed…

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3 Ways to Navigate the Rough Waters of Financial Security with Courage and Resilience

By Danielle Howard July 10, 2022

It is 97 degrees out today, and a girlfriend and I are getting on the river. I am blessed to live in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado, with outdoor amenities at my fingertips…

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Eva Cohn’s Lessons on Resilience and Healing in Times of Hardship

By Becki Cohn-Vargas November 27, 2021

If you’ve lived to reach your 60s, most likely you’re a resilient person who has been around the block a few times. Take a minute to think back to a time in your life when you faced a tragic or a traumatic experience. How did you manage to survive and move forward?

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How Resilience Can Help You with Aging in Place

By Kay Van Norman June 07, 2021

I’ve done a great deal of consulting work in the senior living industry, everything from skilled nursing and assisted living to independent and active aging communities. Each of these senior living products have very different environments…

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Can We Rebuild Resilience as We Age?

By Julia Hubbel March 13, 2021

I write a lot about fitness after 50, as do many of my fellow Sixty and Me contributors. To a person, I guarantee you that they would likely categorically disagree that age=deterioration, and that there isn’t much we can do about it…

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Operation Resilience: Possibilities During This Time of Uncertainty, Fear, and Ambiguity

By Sharon Blumberg August 12, 2020

Over the last several months, everyone everywhere has lost someone or something. People have lost their lives or livelihood. The coronavirus continues to spread worldwide and impact millions. No one is without some…

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Caregiving and Care Receiving Equal Resilience in Action

By Sharon Blumberg July 19, 2020

As you know, fear and stress on the body can accumulate over time. It imprints in ways that you may not be prepared for, through the subtle and cumulative impressions of our experiences on our body and mind. It does not feel good at all. Read More

My Corona Chronicles: Surviving Through 3 Weeks of Calamity to Find My Inner Strength and Resilience

By Sharon Blumberg April 29, 2020

I was going to write about my delayed midlife crisis. Delayed because unless I live to be over 120 years, it was not really ‘midlife’. Now, it seems silly to write about something…

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Building Resilience in Tough Times: Do We Have It in Us to Move Forward?

By Marcia Smalley April 10, 2020

Back in February, I didn’t realize the timeliness of the article I wrote about resilience and the lessons we learn that help us bounce back from difficult days. Here we are now, in a crisis bigger than any of us imagined a month ago…

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