For what it's worth, I know I'm old at 83, but I do not think or react to
events any differently than I ever did. Some aches and pains make little
difference. Seeing a stoop when I look into a mirror sideways isn't what
I'd like to see, but the world is just as interesting as ever, although a
lot more discouraging than I had hoped.
Carrol Cox wrote:
> radman wrote:
> > . They insist their lives are only half over and they won't
> > think of themselves as old for another 20 years.
> Actually this is about right. Even though my 60s were plagued
> with clinical depression, it's only in my early '70s that I'm beginning
> to feel old. Without the depression I would still have felt fairly
> young in my '60s.
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