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‘FINDING A WAY FORWARD’ (Fall 2017) was filled with relevant info! Life is about change and transition for everyone! 
Robin via

GREAT ARTICLE! I am turning 60 today and can relate to what is said. Having a purpose is huge. Also keeping connected so loneliness doesn’t impact on your emotional well-being. I also exercise, which is really important. 
Bruce via

AS A NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) support group leader conducting a Senior Anxiety and Depression Support Group, I was glad— 

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