The author, a retired pastor whose career has spanned forty years, speaks neither as a professional gerontologist nor as a sociologist but simply as one who is "intentionally introspective about what is happening" as he experiences the joys and challenges of the senior years.
"Robert Seymour's straightforward approach to living as an older adult offers the reader encouragement, affirmation, and practical ideas for an active and rewarding stage of life, including discussions of a positive self-image, spiritual growth, coping with change and retirement, maintaining good health, integrating past and present, and contemplating death by celebrating life. Aging Without Apology forthrightly challenges many of the common assumptions and misconceptions about aging and offers a unique resource for individuals and groups who are joining the ranks of the fastest-growing age group in this country, seeking to live more meaningfully as seniors, or who are working with older adults." Midwest Book Review
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