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“I hope there’s an age limit,” he joked, without mentioning that Democratic candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders would turn 80 in office if elected.
After Julian Castro questioned Joe Biden’s fitness for office, fellow 2020 democratic presidential candidates including Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke are standing up for the former Vice President.
Trump said he's "so young" compared with 2020 Democratic rival Joe Biden, who is 76.
Media personality Emile Ratelband says dropping 20 years from his age will put him "in a luxurious position" on Tinder.
I did not say a specific age, nor did I say all women are faced with this dilemma. After all, these feelings depend on the
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To the extent that we are mirrored, encouraged and acknowledged for our achievements and our creative pursuits, we are unified within ourselves. To the degree that we are perceived through a distorted mirror, we are torn asunder and may search for approval at a cost to our real self and creativity.
While none of this will necessarily make you look younger, it may make you feel younger, which could rub off on the perception of you as a person far younger than your chronological age.
The longer I live, the more I realize that a life is always 'UNDER CONSTRUCTION' so it's important to engage in the following.
Although we can't undo the past, we can recognize a derailment and take action to get back on track.
My biological birth year puts me squarely in middle age, yet even as I dutifully provide the relevant birth date, I feel a sense of disconnect -- of not legitimately feeling part of that age group. For me, it's not the stereotypical mid-life denial; something much more fundamental causes my "age citizenship" to be on shaky ground.
Clarification: Babymama is NOT my biological mother, but a birth mother we met two days before she gave birth to the infant
I was born in 1963, when the most poplar girl names are now relics of history: Lisa, Mary, Susan, Karen and Linda. Not far down the list were the cutesy names like Cindy, Marci, Tracy, Stacy, and yes, Lori. They all scream, "I'm a child of the '60s! Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" That is so helpful when I am submitting writing to millennial editors named Amber or Tiffany.
He had chronicled street style for The New York Times for nearly 40 years.