Aging with Agency: Building Resilience, Confronting Challenges, and Navigating Eldercare

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This reader has a bit of advice for those writing books on aging. It is advisable to check the size of the type for readability. In this small volume, the type is much too small to be readable for anyone past sixty-five. The information given is a compendium of psychological theories about aging. The book has neither page numbers nor indices. The back of the book does feature resources for seniors and a bibliography for further reading. The subtitle of this book is Building Resilience, Confronting Challenges, and Navigating Eldercare, although these topics are secondary to a review of mostly Jungian thinking. Inexplicably, the back of the book features instructions for a ritual collage. This is the only suggestion of this type found in the book. Much of the book, like this ritual, seems tacked together without unifying principles. Aging is a hot topic these days, although the book is as much about personality development and individualization. The topic deserves a more cohesive approach.


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Author Sandi Peters
Star Count 2/5
Format Trade
Page Count 200 pages
Publisher North Atlantic Books
Publish Date 2020-05-12
ISBN 9781623174361
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Issue May 2020
Category Self-Help
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