Question of the day

If you could stop the aging process, would you?

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10 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Joy says:

    I think to a certain degree I would. I wouldn’t want to stop growing old but I’d like my body to work the way it used to.

  2. mssc54 says:

    I wouldn’t like to stop the ageing process completely. Preserve my eyesight and let me remain mobile and that would be fine. That’s not asking to much,.. is it?

  3. SKL says:

    I’ll put it this way. I really hope that I have the right genes and can maintain healthy habits to enable me to live out my years in reasonable physical comfort. I hope I can always see, walk straight, reason, manage my affairs, and not be terribly fragile. But I don’t mind “looking my age” in a healthy sense.

  4. LVISS says:

    PEOPLE DONT MIND AGEING. IT IS THE ATTENDANT PROBLEMS THAT COME WITH IT THAT MAKE PEOPLE WISH THEY STAYED YOUNG.

  5. Jenny says:

    To some point I think I would

  6. SKL says:

    It’s funny, my 4-year-old is a bit obsessed with aging. She’s asked me several times about how long her face will stay as it is. Will her face look older when she is 7 years old? 10 years old? She would like it to stay the same as long as possible.

    Maybe I should tell her about those anti-aging kid make-ups we were talking about a while back.

  7. Laura says:

    Heh, I was thinking about this just recently. I think I’d like to slow it way down… but there’s a certain victory in being say, 80, and having people think you’re 60. My mom and dad are both like that, so I guess I’ve got good genes already, as long as I take care of myself.

  8. Nikki says:

    I wouldn’t want to stop it, but I would like to slow it down. Like, maybe NOT having grey hair when I’m 30!

    • LVISS says:

      YEAH GREY HAIR SHOWING IS ONE OF THE DOWN SLIDES OF AGEING . SOME CONTROL IT FIRST BY PLUCKING THEN SETTLE FOR DYEING IT

  9. Phyllis says:

    Laura, you’re right! Your folks look great. Would I stop the aging process? I’m not sure. I kind of like where I am right now, but I, too, come from a family with good genes and when people see me with my grandkids they think I’m the mom not the grandma. I like that! I would like to remain mobile (and regain some mobility) and keep the strength I currently have. As for grey hair? Nope! Not for me, I figure I’ll color it til I’m 80 at least. Whatever, I do plan to grow older as gracefully as possible and “strut til I drop”! 🙂

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