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Second Wind: Navigating the Passage to a…
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Second Wind: Navigating the Passage to a Slower, Deeper, and More…

by Dr. Dr. Bill Thomas

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"A new life phase is beginning to emerge within our society. When the Baby Boom generation came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, they jump-started a cultural revolution that shaped today's society. Now, many feel they are living a life of frenzied disharmony. This out-of-balance feeling is a signal that you are ready for your second coming of age, your life beyond adulthood. [This book] illuminates how to recognize and navigate the most challenging and fulfilling developmental stage of life"--Dust jacket flap.… (more)

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Interesting discussion of the baby boomers coming of age, serving as adults and now becoming "elders". The 3 distinct groups of young adults -- the squares, the activists and the hippies -- lost out to the "squares" in our adult world. Will some of those ideas and passions return as boomers age? Was the 20th century well served by the "square" ethic? It's a big demographic with big choices to make about the contributions yet to be made. Will our "elders" be contributors or deniers. Good food for thought. Recommended. KH
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