Gifford approaches the aging process with her trademark sense of humor, but also through a so-called "spiritual lens," asserting, "The women who are obsessed with staying young are women who do not understand or believe that they are already incredibly valued... If you understand there is a purpose for you right now, then you are not looking backwards and mourning what's past."
But when Vieira expresses a fear of being invisible, a sentiment shared by many women in their 50s, Gifford counters by reminding her that "you don't become invisible to the people who love you. Your husband, your family, friends, me."
I figure at some point you've got to accept the fact that you will not look the same ~
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