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Why Old People Are Grumpy

It’s not you, it’s us. (OK, sometimes it’s you)

When I was younger I wondered why old people were often so grumpy. As someone pushing 60, I now understand. It’s a mix of physical and emotional reasons. I’ll detail them for you here so you can understand why, and know what you have to look forward to as you get older.




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Karen Remick

Karen Remick

Scientist (PhD Space Physics), Inventor, INTJ, and all around strange person.

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