The Only 2 Things You Need to Age Gracefully
We’re sharing the best moments from #revitalize2016, our premier event bringing together wellness leaders and inspiring people. Want to get even more of the action? Check out the full talks here.
Dr. Samantha Boardman, positive psychology expert and psychiatrist, explains the latest research behind aging. New research out of San Diego confirms that the "grumpy old man" viewpoint of aging is a myth.
"We're all like fine wines. We actually are getting better with age, and life satisfaction increases as we get older." Even in the face of cognitive and physical disabilities, people are more patient, calm, and know what they like—all factors that contribute to happiness.
But there are two essentials that stand out in the research and Dr. Boardman's private practice. Watch this interview with mindbodygreen Founder and CEO Jason Wachob to find out exactly what they are.
Dr. Boardman's career changed forever after a former patient shared that their sessions made her feel worse, not better. It was in that moment that Dr. Boardman decided to get her master's (in addition to her M.D.) in positive psychology, which is what she's been practicing ever since. Her protocol, Positive Prescription, focuses on building resilience and life-enhancing change with realistic positivity for clients of all ages.
Watch Dr. Boardman’s full-length talk right here.