We often compare our life trajectory to that of our parents. Sometimes we want to live just like them. Other times we hope to do things just a little bit different. What holds true in early life can also hold true in later ages. Steven Petrow, author of Stupid Things I Won’t Do When I Get Old, shares his perspective on growing older better than our parents perhaps did. He brings humor and empathy to the topic of aging gracefully. He’s an award-winning journalist for the Washington Post, New York Times,and USA Today.
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