Can elder-solicated advice be made more helpful for inquiring younger people?

Herbert Y. Reynolds, Thomas S. Davis, Lisa D. Sevison
2017 Mental Health and Addiction Research  
Our breakfast group, which includes a variety of talented, professional leaders, including health care providers, we to delve into current societal topics and formulate approaches or suggest solutions. This perspective focuses on how elder-advice might be made more helpful to younger inquirers, often family members. For the elder: listen well and help the younger inquirers to develop confidence for inte1viewing, encourage them to practice presenting their strengths realistically, continue to
more » ... lly, continue to explore multiple but suitable career choices, and be willing to critique their plans.
doi:10.15761/mhar.1000140 fatcat:6vmb5ujjznc5noepepbri5qrze