Challenge Your Attitudes
and Beliefs about Aging

Your Aging Journey

Challenge Your Attitudes
and Beliefs about Aging

Your Aging Journey

The New
Map of Life

Learn the Six Principles to Guide Long-lived Societies

Today, a new map of life is emerging from the Stanford Center for Longevity. Under the leadership of Doctors Laura Carstensen and Thomas Rondo, this center has spent years researching and documenting the implications of our new lives.

Be Aware

Anyone can be depressed, know what to look for.

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read between the lines

The Risk

Delve into the factors to understand why depression hurts.

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emotional pain hurts too

Smart Solutions

Intelligent solutions begin with knowing how to heal yourself.

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knowledge is power

Find Services

The first step is getting over your reluctance to ask for assistance.

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you’re not alone

Shop for Products

Discover products that help with depression.

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find comfort

Self-Care

Here are some tips on how you can brighten someone’s day.

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spread the love

10k+

celebrate their 65th birthday in the US everyday

68

average life expectancy for black men in US

46%

women who live to age 90 in US

The New Map of Life

Principal #1

New roles and opportunities must be created so that people experience purpose, belonging, and worth at all stages of life.

The New Map of Life

Principal #2

Education is a lifelong pursuit.

The New Map of Life

Principal #3

Working longer will occur in multigenerational contexts.

The New Map of Life

Principal #4

Opportunities to earn and save money must be available throughout life to ensure financial security.

The New Map of Life

Principal #5

Advances in the science of aging must be distributed broadly amongst the population.

The New Map of Life

Principal #6

Physical health and the prevention of disease is critical to achieving the promise of longevity.