Wednesday, January 21, 2009

AGE DOES MATTER!


P
eople in the middle years become more aware of time's passing than they were before. The middle aged see themselves as bridges of generations. Life is restructured in terms of time-left-to-live rather time since birth.

For people whose youthful dreams have not been realized, middle age becomes a time of regret and the "middle-age blues." A sense of humor rescues many in the middle adult years, and they accept the less-than-ideal circumstances of life philosophically. Efforts are directed toward family, job, and community. Giving and helping become necessary. The fantasies of fame and fortune need not necessarily give to despair, but to making the most out of one's assets and planning future years sensibly.

4 comments:

MonMon said...

I read something about middle-aged women falling for younger men. It's a good thing your son realized that living-in with a woman ten years his senior is ridiculous ngekkk!!! How is Jan now?

Monching said...

Pwede pa ba ang 67 years old sa akin ngekkkk!!! I have a date this weekend at medyo gurang na, ok ba?

Bay Martin said...

His realization was short-lived 'coz may bago siyang kalive-in.

Bay Martin said...

Taga-Al-Salamah Hospital ba? Alam ko na yan, don lang naman maraming old nurses na nakikipagrelasyon ughhhh!!!