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Parental Death

by Michelle Shreeve

According to a recent U.S. census, approximately 2.5 million children under the age of eighteen have experienced the death of a parent. Losing a parent at such a young age can have devastating consequences....


Musings of an Old Man

by Richard J. Smith

Musings of an Old Man: Some Prose and Poetry to Ponder is like a bowl of vegetable soup. Each selection is nourishing in itself, and in combination leave readers intellectually and emotionally satisfied.

The...


Getting My Bounce Back

by Carolee Belkin Walker

#1 Amazon New Release ? Female, fit and fifty

Exercise is not optional: You don’t have to run a marathon to be fit and healthy or suffer through a triathlon that includes a half-mile swim in the ocean. But...


Thanks A Lot, God

by Mark Gengler

When his first true love sends 19-year-old Hollis Olmstead a shocking “Dear John” letter while he is serving in the Army, he questions why God has abandoned him. Upon his discharge, he returns with a vengeance...


A Celebration!

by Terry E. Jones

  1. My age fifty was a time of review of who I was and what I had become. I realized the world had an expectation of retirement, withdrawal, disengagement for people beyond this age. However, I was still vigorous...


Never Too Late

by B. Lynn Goodwin

How does a 62-year-old woman who’s never been married find happiness with a two-time widower seeking his third wife on . . . Craigslist!? Does she throw caution to the wind and relinquish her freedom, or...


The Book of Old

by Nancy Knudsen

Nancy Knudsen never knew what to expect as she and her husband got older: She had to find out the hard way.

But navigating the aging process shouldnt be a mystery, which is why she wrote this insightful, enlightening,...


Time to Tell

by Deborah E Wilbrink

How-to-Tips, True Stories and Songs steer you on the road to saving your own life story or family history, from a professional personal historian. Examples are excerpts from various authors' memoirs of life...


Fat Man Running

by Jelmar Manuel

Men in crisis often start running. 

It gives them a sense of control, a space to breathe. And it’s cheaper than a Porsche. 

Fat Man Running safely prepares you for marathon running. No matter how much you...


A Hospice Chaplain's Fieldguide to Caregiving

by Em Hager

Caregiving could kill you, or it could be the best thing you have ever done. Either way, it is dangerous work, and it changes you. As a hospice chaplain and my mother’s primary caregiver in her final eleven...


Aging with Wisdom

by Olivia Ames Hoblitzelle & Larry Rosenberg

How do we find beauty and meaning in old age? How do we overturn the paradigm of ageism? How do we age consciously and cultivate an inner life resilient enough to withstand the vicissitudes of old age? An extended...


Aging with Care

by Amanda Lambert & Leslie Eckford

Finding the right fit to match aging adults with the best caregiver to assist them in their home can be fraught with challenge. In today’s pressurized world, the process involves overstressed family members...


While They're Still Here

by Patricia Williams

• According to information published at Family Caregiver Alliance, 65% of older persons with long-term care needs rely exclusively on family and friends to provide assistance, and another 30% will supplement...


Let's Get Your Party Started

by Terryl Mackey & Mayapriya Long

If Martians were to visit Earth would they be perplexed to find that some folks need a reminder to celebrate each year of their lives? Do you mark your birthdates with cake and a bit of frivolity? Do you spend...


Dear Al,

by Marilyn A. Pelllini

After almost forty-eight years of marriage, Marilyn Pellini lost her husband in a tragic fishing accident. In order to survive, to heal, and to keep his memory alive she wrote letters to him, and often. In these...


Hollin Clough

by Susan Day

Jen admires her father and Frank believes that his daughters are happy, but no one in any family knows the whole story.

This family has fractured before, and been patched up by secrets and evasions.

Now things...


It Never Ends

by Nan Gefen & Sandra Butler

As mothers and daughters age, their relationship shifts and changes in complex and often demanding ways. In It Never Ends, women speak openly about the satisfactions and sorrows of mothering middle-aged daughters...


The New Senior Man

by Thelma Reese & Barbara M. Fleisher

The New Senior Man: Exploring New Horizons, New Opportunities fills a gap that is already huge –and growing. Where do men fit into the astonishing changes in both life expectancy and visibility of the aging...


Solo Success!

by Christine Ingall

Millions of people, who live alone and are without a partner, avoid everyday leisure pursuits for fear of being seen to be on their own. Many people in a relationship never do anything on their own. This step-by-step...


The Mother I Imagined, The Mom I Knew

by Paul Alan Fahey

In the tradition of Patrick Dennis, Truman Capote, and of Tennessee Williams’ memory play, The Glass Menagerie, Paul Alan Fahey’s memoir, The Mom I Knew, The Mother I Imagined, recounts a son’s loving...