As life changes, so does the possibility of finding discounts from altered use of vehicle and who’s driving it.
Gary Rotstein's What's New In Aging
Just because you retire from a job doesn’t mean you stop working.
It’s difficult to know when to intervene in a parent’s decline, but inaction and deference may not be the best approach.
Lines have changed and blurred on when we’re middle-aged and when we’re old, and it’s often a state of mind.
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Gary Rotstein, who coordinates Aging Edge content, has served in various writing and editing positions for the Post-Gazette since 1990. Feedback on Aging Edge content is welcomed by emailing email@example.com or calling 412-263-1255.
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