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CREATIVITY AND AGING
Why The Elderly Are
Rhoda P. Curtis
Author, 'Rhoda: Her First Ninety Years' and 'After Ninety: What'
The impulse to create art, music, poetry, literature is a basic human impulse. As humans, we are hard-wired for creativity, and this impulse does not deteriorate as we age.
Creativity: The Newest Anti-Aging Pill?
Michael Friedman, L.M.S.W.
Adjunct Associate Professor, Columbia University School of Soc...
It is not that love and work become irrelevant to older people. But something happens as we become older that changes the nature of intimacy and changes our long-term ambitions. Articulating ourselves and leaving a legacy become our "driving forces."
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