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Posted May 19, 2006
Reading Put On Hold is like sitting down with your mother, doctors, nutritionist and minister all rolled into one and having a loving, spirited conversation that will spur you to action. Barbara Morris¿ retirement reality check is particularly sobering. I¿m glad she helped me get a new attitude. I¿m replacing aging with seamless living and you can too. The tone of her book is so warm and enlightening that your only regret will be that you that you didn¿t read it sooner. Barbara will remind you it¿s never too late to take control of your health, get a job that pays (or whatever you want to do that you may have thought you were too old for) and maintain an attitude that promotes wellness, wholeness and self-esteem. This is not only good for you, but for those you are around and even society at large. Plus, her book shows you how to accomplish all that. You¿ll have to be vigilant, but it¿s easier than you think. Putting old age on hold is actually a lot of fun because the physical, mental, social and spiritual rewards are so phenomenal. Barbara¿s work as a pharmacist makes her book the perfect gift for anyone (of any age) you want to help adopt a holistic lifestyle, but they will only listen to someone in the medical field. Her insights into over-the-counter and prescription medicine benefits and side effects are invaluable. Join her and me in banishing an entitlement outlook that many adopt as they get older. It is truly more blessed to give than receive. You¿ll count your blessings, put poor choices to bed and answer the question, ¿What¿s age got to do with it?¿ with a resounding NOTHING!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.