जियें आज में। राकेश जी नेअपनी बीवी की अलमारी खोली और वहां सामने ही एक सुनहरे रंग का पैकेट सब से ऊपर रखा हुआ था। उन्होंने पैकेट खोला और उसमें रखी बेहद खूबसूरत सिल्क की साड़ी और उसके साथ की ज्वेलरी को एकटक देखने लगे। जैसे फिर से वह वापस उन्हीं दिनों में खो गए … Continue reading जियें आज में।
Be happy as you age! Remember the time, when you were growing up to be a young adult. That was the peak of happiness as adulthood in those times is a road towards independence. Usually, it is seen that while growing up towards old adulthood, people think that it is like going downhill. Surprisingly the … Continue reading HOW TO BE HAPPY?
Source- Unsplash The elderly population in India is one of the fastest-growing in the world. At present India is considered as the second-largest global population of aging citizens. It is expected that the present number will further increase by 2050. Nevertheless, India lacks the basic infrastructure and expertise to support the health and welfare of … Continue reading Problems Faced By Seniors in India
Retirement years are also called golden years. Getting older has its own perks. With age, the learnings from life, which we call “crystallized intelligence” get better with time. It keeps getting better as you enter your 60s, 70s… 80s. So, you become a “Ms. / Mr. Knowall. Enjoy the new status! But remember unwanted advice … Continue reading Perks of Golden Years.
Elders in Indian society take it upon them to speak in everyone’s affairs. 😛 They take it as a way to flaunt their experience of life. Here I am sharing few pointers, on what we should be doing or not doing as we age. When you get older, do not preach or teach anyone, even … Continue reading Aging Gracefully !
One thing which comes along from childhood to being a senior citizen is a tummy ache. In school days, it might be used as an excuse many times but it evolves into a long list of digestive problems as one ages. Conditions like acid reflux and constipation are annoying but the good news is they … Continue reading Take care of the Digestive System
It was way back in the nineties when I had lost my mother and I was persuading my father to wind up his home and move with me. He took three years to decide and moved with me. Here, I had constructed a completely independent unit on the first floor for him. I want him … Continue reading Loneliness and Social Isolation in Seniors