Aging with Agency

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Aging with Agency

Building Resilience, Confronting Challenges, and Navigating Eldercare

Author: Sandi Peters Foreword by: Sandi Peters, Drew Leder, MD PhD

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An experiential guide to re-orienting our understanding of late adulthood as one of life’s most meaningful and transformative stages

Aging can bring new fears, challenges, and concerns. Loss of career, loved ones, or changing physical and cognitive abilities can leave us feeling isolated and scared. Sandi Peters shows us that growing older need not mean the end of personal growth. In fact, late adulthood can prove to be the most meaningful and transformative period of one’s life. The key, says Peters, is the development of one’s inner life, and with it a shift in one’s relation to the aging process. The book draws on history, philosophy, psychology, gerontology, and spirituality to deepen and expand our understanding of what it means to grow old in the twenty-first century. Peters shares time-tested contemplative practices such as meditation, active imagination, dream work, and creative writing designed to enhance one’s inner worlds and enable us to face life’s inevitable changes with equanimity and insight. She offers practical advice on issues such as assisted living and home care, and a refreshingly new perspective on matters of memory and cognitive change.


Product Info

Trim Size:
6 x 9
Page Count:
304
Release Date:
2020-05-19
ISBN
Ebook
9781623174378
Paperback
9781623174361
Audiobook
9781623175900

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