How to age positively: a handbook for personal change in later life
Ageing gets really bad press, but is it really as bad as much of the media makes out? And is there anything that we can do to make our later years happier and healthier?
In this well researched handbook Guy Robertson assembles the case for the defence. Getting older is not all bad! Indeed the reality is much more positive than many could imagine. This is not idle opinion; this is based on a robust analysis of the scientific evidence. And what is most exciting about this new handbook is that it sets out ten steps that anyone can take to improve the likelihood of living a happy and satisfying life in old age. There are clear and concise practical exercises for people to try out in a systematic programme of personal change. And again, these are backed up by solid research. Ageing is inevitable – but getting ‘old’ is optional!
This is THE handbook to use to bolster your chances of successful ageing.