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Reflections on Aging

Taking the “Lone” out of Lonely

April 27, 2016 1

  The dictionary defines “lonely” as: without company; cut off from others; solitary; and sad from being alone. What loneliness does not mean is weak, boring, painfully shy, without accomplishment, or unable to make commitments. [Read more…]

Part 2 of Rabbi Dayle Friedman's conversation with Rabbi Address is this episode of "Conversations" from Jewish Sacred Aging TV.
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JSA Podcast: Rabbi Dayle Friedman

March 18, 2016 0

In this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address has a conversation with Philadelphia-based rabbi and spiritual director, Rabbi Dayle Friedman. Rabbi Friedman consults on spirituality and aging through her web portal, GrowingOlder.net. [Read more…]

Rabbi Address chats with Dr. Don Friedman during the taping of "Conversations" TV show.
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JSA Podcast: Dr. Don Friedman

March 11, 2016 0

In this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address has a conversation with Dr. Don Friedman, a retired rheumatologist and faculty member at the Sidney Kimmel School of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University [Read more…]

"I hope this is me in 40 years" Photo by J.B. Hill, via Flickr.com under Creative Commons License
Reflections on Aging

SEXUALITY AND AGING: The Need for Intimacy is Ageless

February 25, 2016 1

Editor’s Note: This guest post is from Terri Clark, MPH, CHES, Prevention Services Coordinator for ActionAIDS in Philadelphia. She can be reached at 267-940-5502, or via email at tclark@actionaids.org. Closeness, intimacy, and touch are lifelong [Read more…]

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Where Is The Welcome Mat?

February 21, 2016 2

  [dropcap]A[/dropcap] few days ago I went to my local big box home improvement store to buy a new welcome mat. My old one had worn out its welcome and the snow storm had delivered [Read more…]

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