Do you think about aging?
Why face it now?
Many societies embrace aging while ours considers it a defect.
We hide our signs of aging and whistle past our mortality. We have euphemisms to avoid the D word. We create a new apartheidbased on agethat segregates our elders, placing them in assisted living facilities and nursing homes.
All this fear of aging wrecks havoc. Denial limits introspection which erodes our self esteem. Fear whispers we have all the time in the world and leads us to unconscious choices. It undervalues precious time.
Can you imagine the tremendous benefits if you come to terms with your aging?
Coming to Terms with Aging: The Secret to Meaningful Time offers a better alternativeLife Awarenessan inspiring way to deal with lifes natural pathway. Learn the ten most common aging fears and how to overcome them. Learn the ten powerful benefits you gain when you do. Learn how aging serves life and why mortality is the engine that drives your life. The Life Awareness approach diminishes fear and frees you to move on to positive priorities.
We can live in denial, but we wont escape it. Coming to Terms with Aging offers help accepting aging so you can enjoy the presentever sacred second of it.
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What critics say:
“Coming to Terms with Aging deals with a crucial area…a theme of great consequence…to a public desperately in need of such a message.” Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D., National Book Award Winner for HOW WE DIE and author of THE ART OF AGING.
“The book is sensitive and compassionate, and will help readers look at the end of their lives with calm acceptance…(offers) questions (which) are a terrific tool of self-discovery, allowing people to discover what is missing from their lives…Death may be inevitable, but living life to the fullest extent is optional.” Laura Alexrod, The Brimingham News.
“I Michael Grossman has written an honest and searching book about a difficult subject, one the deserves to be read by anyone looking for alternative ways to confront their mortality.” Ira Wood, author of THE KITCHEN MAN
Coming to Terms with Aging is based on a simpleyet profoundpremise: the acceptance of death can enrich life. It is a hopeful, optimistic book that asks hard questions and provides evocative exercises to guide readers to their own conclusions. William T. Merkel, Ph.D., ABPP, co-author of One Family, Two Family, New Family: Stories and Advice for Stepfamilies
I have never understood that facing dying would result in joyful living. Thank you Michael. Dr. Anneliese Widman, PhD., author of Rage at God: Ascending to Reunion; Aquarian Amazon; My Female, My Male, Myself and God: A Modern Woman in Search of Her Soul; When Spirit Takes Over.
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