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whata re some postive sterotypes for the older adults. I can think of many neg. ones but not many postive ones. all I really have is "your not getting older your getting better"

  1. PsyDAG

    How about wisdom that can be gathered from a life time of experience?

    I hope this helps.

  2. Ms. Sue

    Positive stereotypes?

    Retirement and the time to do what we want

    Living in the section of the country that we choose. Many people in Michigan and other northeastern states spend winters in Florida. They're called "Snow Birds." They are typically characterized as old geezers in shorts playing golf.

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