Lives Worth Living: Happiness and Meaning in Later Life (zoom)
with Jean Potuchek Bill Frayer
Only 5 days left to register and 1 seat left!
This six-week class hybrid class (both on Zoom and in-person) will explore factors which help us find satisfaction and meaning as we age. We will examine what research reveals about aging and happiness, identify some common barriers to happiness, explore possible resources for finding richness and meaning in later life, look at the role of sorrow and loss, and consider the challenges and opportunities of living alone. Participants will have opportunities to share their personal ideas and experiences and explore common themes.
Jean Potuchek holds a PhD in Sociology from Brown University and, before her retirement, spent 25 years as an award-winning teacher of sociology and women’s studies at Gettysburg College.
Bill Frayer has a BA in English from Brown and a MS in Adult Education from USM. He taught at CMCC for 31 years where he chaired the Humanities Dept.
Oct 4 - Nov 8th, 2022
Tue for 6 weeks from 1:00 - 3:00 pm
For more info, call us at (207) 753-6610