-Irene S. Levine, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine
"Porter suggests that aging needn’t be feared, that longevity presents an opportunity to remake oneself, and that one can enjoy days filled “with meaning and purpose.” Chapters are divided by decades, beginning with the fifties and continuing beyond the eighties, and are further subdivided in well-marked sections that span topics such as diet, advanced health directives, sexuality, continuing work, safety measures in the household, and more. An overarching theme of creating a home (“Laying the Foundation,” “Building on Experience,” “Making Some Renovations,” “Adding On”) serves as a clever organizing principle and as a familiar image that successfully evokes the secure refuge and comfort many desire."
“Robin Porter's Better With Age is a great, easy to understand, guide to the aging journey. She breaks down the different stages of life and the different issues that are presented in a way that just makes sense. For those who want to march down the journey of life well educated, you should pick up a copy of this book.”
-Christopher Berry, Certified Elder Law Attorney
"Better With Age is an excellent resource for the serious senior who wants to live a more active and engaged life. Whether in your 50s, 60s or 80s, Better with Age provides numerous ways to take control of real life aging dynamics, as well as ways to maximize the quality of later life. Truly a book that is completely filled with great advice and direction."
-Bryan Neal, M.A. HSA; Founder of Assisted Moving L.L.C.
""Better With Age” is like a good glass of red wine, so sit back, relax, and enjoy. Aging is not something we need to be scared of, but there are lots of questions that come up along the way. This comprehensive yet easy to read guide shows readers what may be in store for themselves or loved ones, and can also serve as a reference as the process unfolds. We all have to get older, and with Robin Porter’s “Better With Age” we can age smarter, and with more grace!"
-Benjamin M. Brucker M.D., Department of Urology, New York University, Langone Medical Center