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      Tell us about your experience with signing up for Medicare   01/23/18

      We want to know what the process was like for you, any difficulties you experienced, the length of your process, etc. This is strictly research and any information you share with us will not be shared elsewhere. Please email jack@grandparents.com with the subject line: Medicare Process and we'll be in touch with specific questions.
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      PLEASE READ: We are moving the community   02/15/18

      Dear Community friends and family,   After great consideration, we are moving the Grandparents.com community to Facebook Groups effective March 15, 2018.   This wasn’t an easy decision, but we want to bring our communities together and believe the best place to do so is through Facebook’s groups feature. We’re so appreciative of you and the diverse conversations and opinions you have provided over the past 9 years. Your stories and amazing advice have helped so many readers, and have reached thousands of GP.com users. We encourage you to retrieve any information you want to retain as the forum will only be accessible by the admin after March 15, 2018. We’ve created a closed Facebook group called Mothers-in-Law Unplugged where we welcome you to continue the conversations around grandparenting, family, and in-law relationships, and any general topics we discuss here. As the group is closed and each user must be approved, your friends and family on Facebook won’t see any of your activity. Request to join the group here: http://bit.ly/milunplugged Thank you to all of our past and current users. You helped build our community, and we look forward to continuing to interact with you in the Facebook groups. If you have any questions about the groups and privacy, let’s chat about here:   Sincerely,   The Grandparents.com Team

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  1. I've tuned in to Deepak Chopra's online program TimelessYou here on grandparents.com and I have to say , my 60 year old self is really excited. My 38 year old self might even say I am "psyched". Now in session #2, A Youthful Mind, Deepak Chopra introduces us to the importance of Flexibility, Creativity and the Innocent Mind. He guides us through thoughtful exercises within each of these categories with wisdom and care. He teaches us that ""PEOPLE DON'T GROW OLD....... WHEN THEY STOP GROWING THEY BECOME OLD. What a wonderful message and reminder to live open and mindful each precious moment in front of us. I've been told by people who know me quite well that I am a tad "controlling" and somewhat of a "perfectionist". I know I can be. That's because I'm a natural born worrier. It isn't easy thinking of everything and everybody; something gets lost in the shuffle and it's usually me. So here I am, "back in the saddle" again and looking for help. There have been many interesting assignments for this second session and I did them all the best that I could. The one that has resonated with me though is the 10 minute mindful walk. 10 minutes to simply observe what I see. Boy, did I need this! I am coming off of a running injury so it has been a long healing process and I've missed my daily run. I walked as instructed and just took it all in. The sun was setting and it was very cold. The snow was blowing off the rooftops and it looked like glitter swirling in front of me. I feel exhilarated. This is certainly not be the first time I have pledged to take care of me. I just hope that this time I can sustain my enthusiasm and make mindfulness the habit I need.