You're Never Too Old to Stay Young: A Must-Read Behavioral Guide to Aging With Smarts and Dignity

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AuthorHouse, Apr 16, 2009 - Education - 204 pages
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This book is particularly written for older adults, and could not be any easier to read!

It is a fantastic book – not about medicine or medical ways to improve physical health.

It is about improving your mental and emotional health. It is a behavioral guide

to living and aging with the right information and wisdom to help your “all around”

life and well being.

This book is about:

• Keeping sane and safe

• Caregiving for the impaired elderly

• Retirement and economics

• Family, friendship, intimacy and sex

• Loving and forgiveness

It has a myriad of helpful hints to age better and with more self-esteem.

Staying younger is up to you –

Giving you the right knowledge to do so is up to me, and I’m honored to do it!

And, P.S. – ¡Me Hablo Español!

Feel free to visit my Interactive Webpage at:

With love, Stephanie Sunshine Pincus

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About the author (2009)

Stephanie “Sunshine” Pincus is a true “Renaissance” woman.  She has been an artist since the age of eight.  She has designed knitwear, needlework, rugs, and has produced hundreds of award winning works of art.  One of her missions in life is to bring beauty into peoples’ lives.  She grew up with aging parents and turned to social work to help others help themselves.  Geriatrics has always been her specialty and love.  Stephanie has also been a matchmaker for singles, and a successful business woman.


            Stephanie is a gerontologist, a life coach, lecturer, mentor, teacher, poet, linguist, and writer.  Even with her health limitations, she strives to constantly learn and teach others how to live life fully – with grace, wisdom, appreciation, and love.


            Stephanie is a wife, mother, grandmother and good friend – and she lives and loves life every single day.

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