Dr. Beth, When I was young (teens and twenties), I was a dancer, I acted, played soccer and did gymnastics. Over time, I gave up pretty much all of those activities, largely just due to life circumstances (getting involved in school, work, relationships, having kids, etc.) Now I’m in my mid-50s. I only have one child left at home and he’s a senior in high school. I have time to start doing the things I love again. But now I have a few old injuries that crop up and I just don’t have the flexible body for gymnastics or the types of dance I used to enjoy. I feel discouraged and I’m not sure how to handle these new limitations in a healthy way. I need some ideas for coping.