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Death? No thank you!

by Eric Ntilza Cocollos

What if the inevitability of death is nothing but a self-limiting belief? A phenomenon that we bring upon ourselves, through ignorance, in this quantum universe?

Immortality is within us. Evolution is making...

Aging Wisely

by Robert A. Levine

Everyone ages. Not everyone ages well. Aging Wisely explains that much of what happens to our minds and bodies as we grow older depends on our approach to life and our attitudes and feelings about ourselves....

Refeathering the Empty Nest

by Wendy Aronsson

Many parents have demonstrated a desire to parent skillfully and artfully. They read the latest child development and parenting books, configure their schedules to accommodate the social and educational lives...

The Inner Life of the Dying Person

by Allan Kellehear

This unique book recounts the experience of facing one's death solely from the dying person's point of view rather than from the perspective of caregivers, survivors, or rescuers. Such unmediated access challenges...

Paradox for Life Review

by James J. Magee

Paradox for Life Review explains how older adults' levels of self-esteem become the lens through which they review their reminiscences. It shows how three bases for self-esteem—the epigenetic self, the family...

Flip-Flops After Fifty

by Cindy Eastman

Who hasn’t experienced life’s painful jabs—especially those of us who have rounded the corner into middle age? Emotional family events, stress from lousy jobs, the bittersweet feelings when the kids leave...

The New Senior Woman

by Thelma Reese, Barbara M. Fleisher & Dick Goldberg

As people live longer and better lives, both women and men may look forward to many years in retirement. But living well in retirement depends on a variety of decisions people make as they prepare for and enter...

Planning Your Time in Retirement

by Robert A. Stebbins

Much of what is written about getting old has a negative feel to it, which is certainly not entirely unjustified. Health may begin to fail. Finances may become tighter as income dwindles or stops altogether....

Moods, Emotions, and Aging

by Phyllis J. Bronson & Rebecca Bronson

Despite the backlash against hormone replacement therapy, the depletion of natural hormones in the female body continues to be a problem for women at middle age and beyond. Remedying the problem has proved difficult...


by Jane Thayer & Peggy Thayer

Thirty-five million Americans are living beyond the age of sixty-five, a twenty-five year increase in life expectancy since 1900. This longevity, once the gift of a few, has become the destiny of many. This...

Moving Miss Peggy: A Story of Dementia, Courage and Consolation

by Robert Benson

“I am not ever going to get to go home, am I?," she said one day. This is the story of moving Miss Peggy to a new place to live, to a new way of life, to a new kind of reality. All of which became necessary...

Giving Myself Permission: Putting Fear and Doubt In Their Place

by Pennie Murray

Recipient of the Reader's Choice Award, Giving Myself Permission: Putting Fear and Doubt in Their Place is a transformative, self-coaching book that advocates the ability to find that "sweet spot" in life by...

Be You-T-Full: Looking your best with Botox, lasers and other magical cosmetic treatments

by Beth Haney, Beth Haney & Lisa M. Hart

Have you started to notice new wrinkles and more brown spots on your face lately? Are you asking yourself, "How can I look better?" Are you prepared to take charge? Do you want to learn the secrets that keep...

Second Acts That Change Lives

by Mary Beth Sammons

Learn How to Begin Again and Take Charge of Your Life

This book will inspire and motivate you to hit that restart button with incredible stories of midlife trailblazers that not only changed their lives?but the...

Coping with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

by Mary Jordan

Adults are being increasingly diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and this book provides strategies for concerned individuals to help slow the onset of the condition. Around 50% of adults with MCI...

When Dementia Came Knocking

by Tirman,Christine

From what started out as a blog to help me keep my sanity to books to help you keep yours, this is the true story of a mother and daughter caught up in the grips of a ruthless invader and how it redefined our...

Grandma, Why Do You Have Cracks In Your Face?

by Coop,Kay

Grandma, Why Do You Have Cracks In Your Face? is a question many grandmothers have heard from their grandchildren. When a grandchild finds her beautiful lost doll, she understands beauty is more than skin deep....

Defy Aging

by Beth Bennett

Shows why and how the body deteriorates as life goes on and offers an easy-read overview of new solutions coming out of current studies of aging.

Wrinkles and gray hairs and misplaced keys—the obvious signs...

A Caregiver's Guide to Dementia

by Janet Yagoda Shagam

*New Edition with Updated dementia, dementia care, and resource information.*

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are more than six million people living in the United States have Alzheimer's disease...

The Phoenix Man

by Julie Annette Bennett

Life happens. For author Julie Annette Bennett and her husband, Scott, their love for each other became the basis for an extraordinary journey that would change their lives forever in unimaginable ways. When...