Here's a follow-up article from the Washington Post to my "HALF-TIME" posting from a week ago. This piece in the Post indicates that "Older Americans May Be Happier Than Younger Ones."
From the article:
"Young people - the very people we think from the stereotype are best off - in fact have high levels of anger and anxiety and also high levels of depression, compared to middle-aged adults. Younger adults were far more likely to have financial worries, troubled emotional relationships and professional stressors. The image of youth or young adulthood as the best time of life is probably not an accurate stereotype."
Yeah! Bring it on, grandpa!