Giving Birth at 72. It's a Book!
After four years of gestation, I’ve finally produced a book. Its name: Reclaim Your Right to Grow Old How to immerse yourself in, be curious about and celebrate life’s most important stage.
The official announcement will come in April, but Grow Old Be Happy fans who want to welcome this book into their arms now can go to Amazon, Barnes & Noble or outskirtspress.com and add it to their cart.
From the first few pages it becomes clear that aging can be the most important experience you ever have. Reclaim Your Right to Grow Old weaves ancient wisdom and modern science into a blueprint for old age that turns our current view of it upside-down. The book’s best advice? Start telling people your age, stop trying to age gracefully, let go of youth-envy, learn to love your aging appearance, celebrate your eccentricities, expect younger people to respect you, and see time and death as your allies.
This little bundle of a book can be provocative, but Reclaim Your Right to Grow Old may be the nudge you need to make the most of your later years. That’s why I wrote it for people who weren’t born yesterday.