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With over ten years of growing into an old woman with the help of her friends, Bertha Cooper knows whereof she writes. In this book you will learn that growing old is not the slow death of our personalities, our bodies, or our relevance to the world. Someday, it will happen, but not yet! Feel the wisdom below the years we've lived and the power that comes with making our own choices about our aging selves. Women, We're Only Old Once offers explanations for natural changes that occur while aging and transitions we must make as we age. Women can be relieved to learn that having less endurance or word-finding problems are not signs of disease. Women are empowered to put their energy and spirit where it counts on their journey in this important phase of life.
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Table of Contents
Part One Navigating Instead of Denying the Aging Process
1 We're Only Old Once
2 The Bold Impermanence of Aging
3 Reflection, Reconciliation, Reward
Part Two Stepping Onto and Staying on the Path to Healthy Aging
4 Aging is Not a Disease
5 Face Up to It and Other Issues of the Skin
6 Renewable Energy Is Not So Renewable7 An Aging System Delivers
8 Aging Women and Weight.
9 Word Finding and Mental Fitness
10 For Better or Worse In Health Planning
Part Three Living as an Older Woman In America
11 Making Appearances
12 Relationships are What Women Do.
13 Old and New Partners In Love.
14 Aging Women and Sexuality
Part Four Aging Women Becoming What They Are
15 A Woman's Work (And Play) Is Never Done
16 Losses That Matter
17 Aging Women and Spirituality
18 Coming of Old Age
Notes for Quick Study or Contemplation.