Getting older is something that inevitably happens to all of us. Of course, with age comes a plethora of experience and wisdom tucked under one’s belt that is an inarguable unique, precious, and priceless gift. However, we are surrounded by the constant youth-centered praise in today’s society, promoting flawless beauty and fixing “imperfections” with countless anti-aging procedures, products, and messaging, thus instilling a very real fear of growing older in many adults — women in particular. It seems that the world doesn’t exactly look at aging in the most positive light, and there’s a repetitive conversation surrounding this “uphill battle” of physical, emotional, and hormonal challenges that lie ahead.
We want to know: what do you think? How do you feel about growing older? Is aging your biggest fear? Do you botox and filler for the sake of maintaining a youthful impression? Do you welcome the train to becoming a real “grown up” and all that comes with it? How do you approach getting older, both physically and mentally? Join the conversation, below.