Here Tomorrow: Making the Most of Life After Fifty
Based on the experiences of thousands of older Americans, Here Tomorrow is the only book to report to the general reader the latest research findings in medicine, psychology, and the social sciences. For people in the second half of life, the news is reassuring. More of us are living longer and staying healthier than ever before. As we age, many changes in our bodies and minds are actually for the better. Her goal is to show how to make the later years 'the pinnacle they ought to be.' She succeeds at that pursuit because she helps people over fifty learn to love active, independent, and meaningful lives.'
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