Weaver urges those over 55 to regard their lives with newly opened eyes. This is a world in which older people have better health, housing, educational opportunities and discretionary buying power than at any other time in history. But, she cautions: "Being old nowadays is not for sissies." It's for those self-starters who can learn to fly kites, go back to school, and re-evaluate who they are and where they want to go after the death of a spouse, or the emptying of a noisy, child-dominated household.
With wit and common sense, Frances Weaver tackles moving, making new friends in your sixties, travel, support groups, and even sex in this life-saving work Weaver regards not as a "how-to," but a "why-not "
|Analog Audio Cassette Audio Product||English|
|Simon & Schuster Audio (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780671568474||4.16 x 6.75 x 0.82 inches|
|General Self Help|