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Who's that Woman in the Mirror?: The Art of…

Who's that Woman in the Mirror?: The Art of Ageing Gracefully

by Keren Smedley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0755317564, Hardcover)

"Age is irrelevant, unless you happen to be a bottle of wine."  —Joan Collins
In this hugely practical and always entertaining guide to later life, Keren Smedley argues passionately against outdated stereotypes concerning age, helping people change their beliefs and attitudes about aging. As a professional life coach she has been asked every kind of question imaginable about the uncertainties and problems facing people in later life. Whether the subject is sexuality, money, relationships, health, friends, or planning for the future, readers will be as impressed by the wisdom of the answers as by the variety of the questions. With quizzes, exercises, personal anecdotes, and tips for a broad range of questions and situations, this book will inform as it entertains.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:36 -0400)

As a professional life coach, Keren Smedley has been asked every kind of question you could imagine, and some you couldn't, about the uncertainties and problems of today's baby boomer. Whether it's about sexuality, money, relationships, health, friends, planning for the future, the best selection of those questions is contained here.… (more)

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