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What Senator Kennedy’s Life Teaches Sandwiched Boomers about Resilience

Kennedy had personal failings but he worked hard to right his path. And over his lifetime he became a better man. Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin thinks he will be remembered for his strengths and his weaknesses; quoting Ernest Hemingway, “everyone is broken by life but afterwards some are stronger in the broken places.” Gain perspective, whether you’re hit in the face with a crisis or making a slow transition into the next chapter of your life. Expect a cascade of feelings – anxiety, the desire to hold on, resentment, … Continue reading

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