Older people are less likely to be caught up in their emotions and more likely to focus on the positive -- ignoring the negative.
Older people are less likely to be caught up in their emotions and more likely to focus on the positive -- ignoring the negative. (Jay Mather / The Sacramento Bee)
Older people are less likely to be caught up in their emotions and more likely to focus on the positive -- ignoring the negative. (Jay Mather / The Sacramento Bee)

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