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Aging for Beginners

Doug Wilson

By Doug Wilson | Hardback | 2 Review(s)

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The world we know has changed dramatically and what the future might look like is harder and harder to assess. For those entering the twilight years, this uncertainty is ever more challenging to navigate.

Format
Hardback
Release Date
06 Mar 2018
Author(s)
Doug Wilson
Publisher
Imagination Press
ISBN-13
9780995103221
Format
Hardback
Release Date
06 Mar 2018
Author(s)
Doug Wilson
Publisher
Imagination Press
ISBN-13
9780995103221

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26 Feb 2018

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Aging for Beginners

The business of getting older has changed and we can no longer rely on what worked for our parents or grandparents. This complete guide to all aspects of life after 60 (not just health) is essential reading for anyone approaching or already in the final third of their lives.

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26 Feb 2018

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28 Mar 2018

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Aging for Beginners

There are not many new Zealand books about getting older in today’s world and what it means for you – until now... in the modern age we are living longer and faced with a babble of conflicting scientific evidence and advice. in light of this, Doug Wilson has cut through the fads and fallacies to concentrate on planning for this stage of life – both the physiological changes along with the psychological ones. “To manage our future, Doug asserts, we need to first assess where we are, what we have and then adjust to the realities and consider options ahead. ... to plan for our golden years and not to be confused or stressed.” it is quite a unique approach and pertinent to our modern age and what needs to be considered here in new Zealand. He covers dietary and nutritional advice, trends with their pros and cons and what you can do to help yourself. He discusses adjustments to make in line with social and financial impacts. He tackles the tough stuff of life changes including changed family dynamics of separation or divorce, death and elder abuse and lack of money. i haven’t seen a book quite like it and it really is a very helpful book full of information to help you plan.

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