Born in America's prosperous postwar years, baby boomers grew up in an era that blended apple-pie idealism with consumerism. By the time they came of age in the late sixties and early seventies, they believed they could have it all and many of them have accomplished a lot. They have also found themselves wanting more than houses, cars, goods, and money, however. For what good is having an all that does not include contentment, a fullness of spirit, happiness? An advocate of change as a creative principle, Null, in this new volume, identifies ten mistakes that baby boomers are likely to have made in executing their life plans, from losing control of their own lives to neglecting the power of silence. In addition to providing pointers and worksheets to correct such errors and alter stressful behavior, Null includes in this enlightening guide seven practical lessons to enable every baby boomer to realize what makes life truly good.
|Publisher:||Avalon Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||1 CARROLL|
|Product dimensions:||5.52(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.01(d)|
About the Author
Gary Null, Ph.D., is a lifelong documentarian, radio host, author, and investigative journalist. He is the host of the radio show The Gary Null Show, and bestselling author of many health books, including Gary Null’s Ultimate Anti- Aging Program. Null lives in New York City.