Thursday, July 28, 2016 Tammuz 22, 5776
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Marcy Shoemaker | JE Feature
Transitional situations are often accompanied by mixed feelings, such as feeling overwhelmed, excited, stressed and sad. It is important to note that transitional stress does not only occur during our senior years.
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By:
Marcy Shoemaker | JE Feature
Despite the advancements in technology, most of our basic human needs have not changed. Technology has just offered us a different and often more expedient way to perform many key functions.
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By:
Marcy Shoemaker | JE Feature
Step back for a minute, turn off the 24-hour news outlets and talk to seniors and other people in your lives who have experienced challenging times in our country and have witnessed many other campaign seasons.
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By:
Liz Spikol | JE Staff
Studies have shown a serious discrepancy between the way we perceive older men (distinguished and sexually viable) and older women (sexless and unhealthy). But Judaism reverses things; women increase in value, in fact, the older they get.
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By:
Liz Spikol | JE Staff
For Jewish older adults, the lure of volunteerism may be especially strong, as the concept of tikkun olam , and giving back, is central to the Jewish value system.
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