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Elderhood Pins

A pin like this reminds adults that elders are an excellent source of advice.

There's a good chance you've experienced whatever troubles they're wrestling with. Even if you didn't have the problem, you probably knew someone who did.

You don't have to know everything about everything to wear this pin. It just says "Elders have answers." It doesn't say anything about the answers being correct!

The real benefit of your advice is the attitude, values, and beliefs woven between your words. They come from your lifetime of learning and transfer to the listener as you speak.

Anything you say will help the advice-seeker ... and you! Giving advice makes elders feel great.

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When elders claim their elderhood, they recognize their greatest joys come from telling stories and giving advice.

Distributing wisdom isn't as simple as it was in traditional societies, but The Elderhood Newsletter helps. In it you'll:

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