Every book I’ve read about aging encourages individuals to reduce the stress they experience in their lives. There are weeks when I have a challenging time with this recommendation.
I’ve evaluated whether my life currently has a high level of stress and have come back with a three-word response: a whole bunch. It’s like I have a little red warning light that keeps blinking and blinking inside my brain. Then, when I’m told my quality of life requires me to reduce my stress, this supposedly innocuous tip ramps up the warning light to a huge, flashing red luminosity with a blaring siren.
This isn’t a good situation for a blog writer who is attempting to help people age in a healthy and harmonious manner.
So today, friends, I’m asking for your wisdom. What do you do with that pesky red light?