Aging Book Series

Aging Book Series: The Perfect Guide To Understand How We Age And How To Slow Down The Aging Process.


Three Unabridged Volumes in One Comprehensive Collection


Aging Book Series Box Set


Book #1

Aging With Health: The Secrets To Healthy Aging And Making The Best Of Your Golden Years.


This unique guide is intended for people over 50 years of age. There is an array of unique challenges that face our aging population, leading some into avenues of depression, unhappiness, loneliness and despair. Solutions exist, helping hands are available, and we each have an inner strength, capable of far more than you might realize.

There is an energy and vitality to life that need not be lost. Learn the secrets to maintaining a youthful attitude and outlook, as well as techniques for keeping your body and mind toned.

Growing old does not necessarily mean growing feeble, or being incapacitated by common age-related disorders. Healthy choices today and a positive mental attitude can make a difference, but you have to start… you need to take control today and put your feet on the path to aging gracefully, with vibrant mental and physical health.


Book #2

Aging Women: Healthy Aging for Women Over 50 to Reverse the Signs of Aging and Look Younger Naturally.


Time marches on, whether we’re ready or not. The effect of aging gets us all, but some sooner than others.

The aging process is not only a state of physical being, but also of mental awareness and attitude. Author Kristy Clark taps into the psyche of any aging woman and delivers sharp, concise answers on turning the clock back or making it stand still.

This guide is filled with compiled information, helpful tips, and a range of ideas to help you chart a course to sustained energy, beauty, and a positive attitude. Don’t put off reinvigorating your body and your life today.


Book #3

Aging Parents: A Guide On How To Care For Aging Parents To Help Them Through Life’s Transitions.


We begin our lives dependent upon parents to guide us through uncertainties and doubts, learning as we grow to adulthood. That process is not unique, but it is special and endearing. The experience builds bonds of trust, love, and concern that are necessary when the roles are reversed, and the child becomes the caregiver, the support, and the guardian.

For too many, the transition is troubling for both parties, and can lead to resentment and even hostility. Where does one go for difficult answers, and when do you begin the process?

There is a right and a wrong way to provide long or short-term parental care, but the roadmap is here, laid out to provide assurances to all parties concerned. If you anticipate ever becoming a primary caregiver for your parent or another family member – read this volume, it will turn the experience from a burden into a blessing.


Stay Active – Stay Smart – Stay Positive – Stay Happy!

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