The aging experience demands a broader view. The old way of thinking about aging in a linear fashion just does not seem to work in the 21st century. For the curious minded, this discussion is about the value of turning the mug around to see the beauty and purpose of aging with intention.
Julie Masters, Ph.D., is professor and chair of the Department of Gerontology at UNO and holds the Terry Haney Chair of Gerontology. Julie teaches courses on the Omaha and Lincoln campuses and supervises honors students and doctoral students interested in end of life issues.
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