I always hear happy people are more health. Could it also be health people are happier as being not health can make you miserable?
I do feel attaude effects health, I feel a good laugh makes me feel better.
I may drive a Jag? No, I drive a Dodge pickup and once in awhile a Toyota. The Dodge has more years than the first vehicle I ever owned, back in the '60's. (Of course, cars get a few more miles than they did then .)Runningtrails wrote: . . . You may drive a Jag . . .
My hat's off to you for your kindness. My heroes have always been those who were kind to the overlooked.thanrose wrote: My clients are all geriatric, the oldest 100, youngest is early 60s. I have paid out of my pocket or driven to a doctors office on my day off, or dropped off hard copy prescriptions for C-II drugs or antibiotics because one of my patients was in desperate need and family was too busy to be bothered.
As a nurse, I will not subject myself to the degradation of having my less than competent peers care for me. I'm kinda liking the ice floe set adrift method myself at the moment, but it is hot now and we do still have some ice floes somewhere around the globe. Hypothermia is not such a bad way to go.
See, living life in an area where I'd have to do some mountain climbing, eating wild edibles, windsurfing, or spelunking, hey and maybe some cliff diving (my fave), would decrease my life expectancy and enhance the enjoyability of what life I do have.