Aging Well

Many older adults rely on their religion and faith to address issues of retirement, mortality, disability, chronic illness, and end of life. Many focus on spiritual questions of the significance of their life and contributions they may leave behind for loved ones and future generations. Some use their experiences of aging and even dying in order to continue growing in wisdom. Explore how spirituality and religion might contribute to aging well in this section.


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