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It’s Your Attitude

by Chris Thurman

Your attitude makes or breaks you in life. We all have attitudes that are toxic and damaging to our lives, and we all have healthy attitudes that help us to experience life in full. Have you ever wondered what...


Aging, Society, and the Life Course, Sixth Edition

by Suzanne R. Kunkel & Richard Settersten

Newly revised and updated, this classic text examines the impact of social forces on the aging process. It considers aging from personal, family, community, societal, and global perspectives. The sixth edition...


Language and Neurology

by Christophe Cusimano

This book questions the relationship and compatibility between current beliefs in neurology and contemporary textual linguistic theories, interpretative semantics and discourse analysis.

It begins with a critical...


Forever Young: Overcoming the Fear of Ageing.   Smart tips for Anti-Ageing and Looking Young Forever

by Julian Clarke

The term anti-aging, including age inhibition, delay is a term for actions that have the goal of biological aging people to maintain the quality of life in old age as long as possible at a high level and prolong...


Teen Spirit

by Paul Howe

Teen Spirit offers a novel and provocative perspective on how we came to be living in an age of political immaturity and social turmoil. Award-winning author Paul Howe argues it's because a teenage mentality...


Sleep Insights - A Conversation with Matthew Walker

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Matthew Walker, Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology and Founder and Director of the Center for Human Sleep Science at UC Berkeley....


Clutter

by Jennifer Howard

  • Veteran journalist (Washington Post, Chronicle of Higher Ed) takes on a timely and intensely personal subject
  • Marie Kondo's The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, a major focus of this book, has sold over 2.5...

  • Children's Voices in Politics

    by Michael S. Cummings

    Is the official political silencing of children in a democracy rational and just, or is it arbitrary and capricious? How might democratic polities benefit from the political engagement and activism of young...


    How Seniors Are Saving the World

    by Thelma Reese & Bj Kittredge

    Articles appear frequently about individuals whose age is noted as a feature of their activism, but the activism of seniors as a growing and influential part of the population is often otherwise overlooked....


    Our Wisdom Years

    by Charles Garfield

    Psychologist and best-selling author Charles Garfield shares an uplifting vision as he takes us on a journey of a lifetime.

    Some of the most profound growth of our lives can happen in the home stretch, the years...


    Les mécanismes de la création littéraire

    by Philippe Willemart

    Comment allier inspiration, tradition, culture et invention, d?un côté, et grain de jouissance, Réel, rature et manuscrit, de l?autre. La roue de l?écriture, machine inventée par l?auteur, aide à comprendre...


    Counseling the Contemporary Woman

    by Suzanne Degges-White, Marcela Kepic & Wendy Killam

    This book provides a comprehensive exploration of the challenges women may face as they navigate the multiple roles that they carry. Attention is given to the unique cultural identities that women embody and...


    Summary & Study Guide - The Longevity Paradox

    by Lee Tang

    How can we live longer and still enjoy the physical and mental qualities of being young?

    This book is a summary of "The Longevity Paradox: How to Die Young at a Ripe Old Age," by Steven R. Gundry, MD.

    Thanks to...


    On the Shores of Welcome Home

    by Bruce Weigl

    In this Isabella Gardner Award-winning collection of poems, Bruce Weigl meditates on the ghosts and the grace one encounters in life?s second act. A celebrated poet and veteran of the Vietnam War, Weigl offers...


    The Power of Your Subconscious Mind

    by Joseph Murphy

    "The Power of Your Subconscious Mind" will open a world of success, happiness, prosperity, and peace for you. It is one of the most brilliant and beloved spiritual self-help works of all time which can help...


    Living with Rules

    by Ondrej Beran

    The book proposes to see the talk about rules-following as a way of giving an account of particular people?s characters and their lives. This focus on understanding others as variously coping with the claims...


    Living with Rules

    by Ondrej Beran

    The book proposes to see the talk about rules-following as a way of giving an account of particular people?s characters and their lives. This focus on understanding others as variously coping with the claims...


    Institutional Construction of Gamblers Identities

    by Ray C.H. Leung

    This monograph is a pioneering discourse-oriented study on gambling. Adopting the approach of critical discourse analysis (CDA), it analyzes how gamblers? identities are constructed through discourse by social...


    Institutional Construction of Gamblers Identities

    by Ray C.H. Leung

    This monograph is a pioneering discourse-oriented study on gambling. Adopting the approach of critical discourse analysis (CDA), it analyzes how gamblers? identities are constructed through discourse by social...


    Retirement and Its Discontents

    by Michelle Pannor Silver

    In the popular imagination, retirement promises a well-deserved rest—idle days spent traveling, volunteering, pursuing hobbies, or just puttering around the house. But as the nature of work has changed, becoming...