S4-EP21: Debbie & Sam Wrap Up Season 4: What’s Next, the 100-Year Life, and Traveling With Grandchildren
Debbie invites her husband Sam back on the show to review Season 4 and to reflect on topics in the news such as Medical Aid in Dying and the 100-year life.
Debbie Weil brings her husband Sam Harrington back on the show for a dose of his dry humor and to wrap up Season 4.
Sam shares some of his favorite episodes (see below) and they discuss several topics in the news: Medical Aid In Dying and the 100-year life. If you’ve listened to Sam in previous episodes, you can probably guess what he thinks about living to 100.
Sam is a retired physician; friends and family affectionately call him Dr. Death.
They also talk about grandparenting and what you can expect from Season 5.
Sam’s favorite episodes from Season 4
- [B]OLDER S4-EP13: Yale Prof. and Bestselling Author Nicholas Christakis With a 2022 COVID Update
- [B]OLDER S4-EP2: Poet and Teacher Emily Moore on Becoming a Cancer Survivor at age 43
- [B]OLDER S4-EP16: Bestselling Author Dan Pink on the Power of Regret at any Age
- [B]OLDER S4-EP17: Dr. Bree Johnston on Psychedelic Therapy to Ease Fear of Death
Mentioned in this episode:
- S4-EP19: Paula Span on Ageism, Journalism, and the Art of Grandparenting
- Apollo’s Arrow: The Profound and Enduring Impact of Coronavirus on the Way We Live by Nicholas A. Christakis MD PhD (Little, Brown Spark; 2021)
- At Peace: Choosing a Good Death After a Long Life by Samuel Harrington MD (Grand Central Life & Style; 2018)
- Breaking the Age Code: How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long and Well You Live by Becca Levy PhD (William Morrow; 2022)
- Betty White Reveals Her Secrets to a Long, Happy Life (People Magazine, December 28, 2021)
- Podcast – The 100 Year Lifestyle
Previous episodes featuring host Debbie Weil and her husband Sam Harrington:
- S4-EP6: Debbie & Sam on Entering the Land of the Old
- S3-EP22: Debbie & Sam on Getting Calm and Centered in Baja
- S3-EP16: Debbie & Sam on Fasting For Five Days and Why They Were Crazy Enough to Do It
- S2-EP24: Debbie & Sam on the Gap Year For Everyone, Silver Linings, and Not Should’ing
- S2-EP18: Debbie & Sam on the New Normal, Quarantines, Immunity Passports, and Masks & Gloves
- S2-EP12: Debbie & Sam on the Coronavirus, Magical Thinking, and Aging
- S1-EP10: On Debbie & Sam’s Bucket List: Living in France
- S1-EP2: Debbie & Sam on How They Decided to Take a Gap Year at Age 62
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