Books in category Self-Help – Aging

  • Fifty Is the New Fifty

    Fifty Is the New Fifty
    Suzanne Braun Levine

    Levine's own warm, wise, and humorous voice make this guide encouraging, enriching, and empowering. 50 Is the New Fifty is about survival, joy, and camaraderie, and it proves that fifty is its own wonderful stage of possibilities and …

  • When Every Day is Saturday

    When Every Day is Saturday
    Richard E. Grace

    Some retirees seem to have failed badly while many others appear to be happy and successful. What was their guide to success? Dr. Grace's research with seven hundred retirees differentiates this book from all others.

  • Wake up it s Gap Time

    Wake up, it’s Gap-Time
    Martha Ann Madden

  • Redesigning 50

    Redesigning 50
    Oz Garcia

    Top nutritionist and health authority Oz Garcia offers definitive guidance in his information-packed Redesigning 50. You'll discover what Oz calls "the New 50": a fitter, healthier, better-looking middle age than you ever imagined possible.

  • Quick and Easy Medical Tips for Healthy Senior Living

    Quick and Easy Medical Tips for Healthy Senior Living
    Elizabeth Molle

    "Quick and Easy Medical Tips for Healthy Senior Living" is an invaluable resource for anyone who is aging, concerned about senior health care issues, or is caring for an aging parent.

  • Leap

    Leap!
    Sara Davidson

    With Leap!, Sara Davidson holds up a mirror for readers, allowing them to see not only themselves and those around them but their potential future. With Davidson as a guide, the possibilities are boundless. From the Hardcover edition.

  • Handbook for Mortals

    Handbook for Mortals
    Joanne Lynn MD, Janice Lynch Schuster, Joan Harrold MD

    Written by Dr. Joanne Lynn and a team of experts, this book provides equal measures of practical information and wise counsel.

  • Something to Live For

    Something to Live For
    Richard J. Leider, David Shapiro

    This deeply reflective book uses a safari, (referencing a trip the authors took to Africa in 2006) as a metaphor to show how the second half of life can be a journey of discovery.

  • Claiming Your Place at the Fire

    Claiming Your Place at the Fire
    Richard J. Leider, David Shapiro

    Claiming Your Place at the Fire shows how to embrace the lessons that we learn as we age and share these lessons in a manner that is relevant and meaningful to ourselves and the people whose lives we touch.

  • Sage ing While Age ing

    Sage-ing While Age-ing
    Shirley MacLaine

    The award-winning actress and best-selling author of The Camino and Out on a Limb evaluates the personal and professional milestones that have marked her spiritual journey, in an account that explores forefront issues in health, nutrition, …

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