Monday, December 22, 2014

2014 Top Ten Posts

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As the year draws to a close, I'm taking the time to review the Top 10 posts for 2014.

I've done this for previous years, as well:


2013 Top Ten Posts

I wrote over 100 posts in 2014.  I've listed the top 10 most viewed posts written this calendar year in descending order, with the most popular post at the top.

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1. Aging Films to Watch Next



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2. Films about Aging, Part II, M-Z




3. Books about Dementia





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4. Aging: Fight, Resign or Embrace? 


 5. A Berry-liscious Lighter Dessert.  Recipe & Pics



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6. APA's Guidelines for Working with Older Adults




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7. When Does Midlife Start and End?




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8. Best Advice: Joseph Campbell's "Follow Your Bliss"



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9.  Rate of Total Knee Replacements in the US 




10. Wrinkles (2013), an animated film about a nursing home


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Generational Perspective: Why This Blog? 

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  2. It's interesting to see what resonates for others and also to get a reminder of some of the posts I enjoyed earlier!

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    1. Thanks for your interest! I'm hoping to generate engaging content for you and other readers in 2015. Happy New Year to you!

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  3. So many great posts to choose from! I am going to bookmark and come back to read more. I love reading articles that reference Jung, his theories resonate with me, and Joseph Campbell because he prompts me to ponder beyond the surface. Love the top ten!!!

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    1. Debbie: My mom had "Man and His Symbols" in the house when I was a tween, and I picked it up and read it. Loved it. I've been a Jungian ever since. Thanks for reading / commenting.

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  4. I do love your book and film reviews Karen - we share so many interests! I think my favorite on that list though is the APA guidelines for dealing with older adults. It is a good reminder, a wonderful resource, and restores a bit of faith that at least on an academic level, our profession is taking the right perspective and approaches to quality, dignified support and care. I need to save this post so I can go back and read those that I have not!

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    1. Ruth, I wish that we lived in the same city. I would love to have lunch with you regularly. So. much. fun. But I am glad I can pop over to your blog at least. Yes, I was glad I found those APA guidelines. I just happened to stumble upon them. Enjoy.

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  5. Will have to go back and read the ones I missed. Loved the film posts, and want to check out the Follow Your Bliss post now.

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  6. Now I have an awesome list to read tonight in bed! I'm starting at 10 and working my way up! Thanks much for sharing!

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