Dr. Noelle Nelson is a psychologist, consultant and speaker. She is passionate about personal growth and happiness. She’s authored over a dozen books including "Happy Healthy... Dead: Why What You Think You Know About Aging Is Wrong and How To Get It Right" and Phoenix Rising: Surviving Catastrophic Loss: Fires, Floods, Hurricanes and Tornadoes. Visit her at http://www.noellenelson.com.

Latest Posts By Noelle Nelson

1 month ago

Hate Exercise But Want to Stay Healthy After 60? Don’t Worry! Just Move!

Ever think about how much time you spend sitting each and every day? Right now, as I am on yet another airplane flying to yet another consulting gig, I am trapped in my seat, belted in for the three-hour flight, like it or not…

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2 months ago

Take a Deep Breath: Switch Your Focus, Reduce Your Stress

There was a time – not that long ago, really – when my Dad’s day started with reading the newspaper. The one that got tossed on the front lawn bright and early every morning. After work, he would catch up with the day’s events by watching the evening news…

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2 months ago

Has Your Age Become an Excuse for Not Really Living? Here’s What to Do!

My car has a feature which I find totally annoying. When I’m close to what the ‘powers-that-be’ determined is my next required maintenance, a little box pops up on the dash-screen announcing “Maintenance required soon!..”

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3 months ago

Discard Negative Thoughts that Sabotage Your Life – Embrace a Positive Mindset Instead!

The dictionary defines sabotage as an attempt to deliberately destroy, damage, or otherwise obstruct something. When we sabotage ourselves, it’s often sneaky and can go virtually un-detected until we realize…

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3 months ago

The Power of Acceptance in Everyday Life

Acceptance of what is, of our current reality, whether on a personal, societal or even a global level, is often challenging. Health issues, familial situations or financial concerns often loom large in our day-to-day lives, causing worry and stress – neither of which is good for us nor does anything to resolve unpleasant situations. How […]

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5 months ago

How to Stop Complaining So That You Can Get More from Life After 60

Last month, a friend of mine asked me, “What are you giving up for Lent?” And although I’m not Catholic, I liked the idea of giving up something that doesn’t fit with who I want to be, so I had a ready answer for her. I said, “Complaining…

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6 months ago

Don’t Hesitate to Find Your New Passion

They say there’s no cloud without a silver lining, and although this pandemic has been a very large and very dark cloud, there have been a few silver linings here and there. Namely, some people have discovered passions they didn’t know they had…

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6 months ago

Think and Feel Your Way to Youthfulness

Have you ever heard the expression “You are as old as you look”? Considering the sales of face creams and the like, many of us seek to look younger than we are…

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7 months ago

It’s Not Your Age, It’s How You Feel About Your Age That Counts

There’s a difference between aging and getting old. We all age, that’s inevitable from the moment we pop out of the womb, but getting old – ah, that’s a choice. Aging may not feel like much of a choice as you find new wrinkles, a saggier butt or fail to remember someone’s name…

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7 months ago

How Unusual Is Your New Year’s Resolution and Does It Involve Laughter?

We are off to a new year, with our hopes, our fears, our dreams, and, of course – our resolutions. Along with the usual goals of weight loss/gain, exercise enhancement, being a better parent/spouse/colleague…

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