Friday, August 28, 2015
Living in a Popcorn Machine
A growing percentage of Americans suffer from imaginary problems, demonic and otherwise in the end years of life, and most of them, researchers say, are women. Why that is is rife with opinion but thus far, there are no valid answers that hold up under scrutiny. One prevailing theory which appears to be mostly unprovable is that as so many of us become senior, we worry who will be there for us when we die. Aging is filled with anxieties, and it seems there is always room for another one. But when 14% of the national population is worried about what happens to them when they are dead, shouldn't they really be worried about whether they can get out of bed tomorrow?