Fabulous After 50: Finding Fulfillment for Tomorrow

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Whitaker House, Jun 17, 2013 - Religion - 176 pages
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Faced with the constant barrage of a youth-oriented culture, many women today have developed a negative attitude toward the unpleasant reality of aging. Author Shirley W. Mitchell challenges women approaching fifty not to fear their futures but to embrace them.
Realize that going through physical, emotional, and spiritual changes can take you into a realm of amazing possibilities. Among the topics Shirley covers are:
  • Overcoming midlife fears
  • Coping with loss
  • Creating and fulfilling dreams
  • Shaping spiritual life
  • Improving fitness and diet
The quantity of years in your life does not need to decrease the quality of your life. Here’s dynamic proof that living longer can also mean living better!
 
 

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User Review  - Cindy Bauer - Christianbook.com

What a wonderful and informative look into aging! Shirley Mitchell and Jane Rubietta boldly face what we often deem "the mid-life crisis" with grace and vitality using educational references to ... Read full review

User Review  - O. E. Cruiser Small - Christianbook.com

I would recommend this book to anyone who has questions about turning that Golden 50 young. An Inspirational and Educational guide to those to Baby Boomers who want to live the second half with Vim ... Read full review

Contents

Fighting Midlife Fears
Shaping
Shaping and Changing
Eating Right
In the Jaws of Menopause
FiftyishFemaleFabulous
Sizzling with Significance
Contributors
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About the author (2013)

Shirley W. Mitchell, author and motivational speaker, was writing about the “positive aging lifestyle” before most were even thinking about it. Known today as "the Golden Egg of Aging," Shirley is the owner of the syndicated media groups Fabulous After 50, Sensational After 60, Radiant After 70, and Aging Outside the Box. She writes the Fabulous After Fifty online column and is the author of thirteen books, including The Christian Writer’s Desk Diary, The Beauty of Being God’s Woman, and Spiritual Sparks for Busy Women.
A member of the National Association for Female Executives, American Business Women's Association, Red Hat Society, Diva Web of Fame, and the Lit Chicks Literary Writers Critique Group, Shirley is a Dale Carnegie Graduate and Competent Toastmaster with Toastmasters International.
In addition to spending time with her children and grandchildren, Shirley enjoys traveling and speaking, as well as teaching women how to live and age well. She makes her home in Alabama.
 

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