Fear and Anxiety About Aging – 5 Reasons to Embrace Aging

 

We will get older sooner or later, and when we get to our mid thirties and also hit the 40 year mark, we start to fret when our bodies do not feel as young anymore and neither does our minds. But aging is an inescapable thing and there are five reasons that should be able to help you cope with the inevitable and help you deal with it. You may have fear and anxiety about aging – 5 reasons to embrace aging is what you need to help you through.

First of all these reasons are that it happens to everyone. Accept it and process it in your mind that you are not alone and that your anxiety and fears are felt by everyone, therefore do not single yourself out. Everyone gets older not only you.

The second reason to embrace aging is to look at it as an achievement. More people will respect you now than before because of your greying hair and supposed wisdom. Well this is true for most of us anyway, or maybe not. But the point is people will tend to show you more respect and listen to you because of your age.

The third reason to embrace aging is that you now have time to counsel the young on the mistakes that you have made. You have reached an age where people will listen and look for your advice. This is definitely an honoured position.

The fourth reason that you should embrace aging is that you get closer to all those new benefits that will accrue to you. Although we sometimes make fun of it when we are young the closer to senior citizen benefits which means more discounts on items we need. This means a lot of savings.

The fifth reason most likely will be the extra attention given to you especially if you travel. More people will treat you nicer because you are older and this can mean being able to sit down more often when people are standing up amongst others and also you get your own lane in supermarkets and places where you used to line up when you were younger.

Dr. Hans Christian Tesch is a freelance writer who has a wide field of experience in many fields and has served many clients and companies on the internet through his articles and press releases. He currently runs and manages a school which he partly owns training and educating K-12 children.

For your article needs, you may contact him through his email: hctesch@gmail.com

 

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