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Distress-Free Aging

January 13th, 2009

Author: Amy Sherman , LMHC www.bummedoutboomer.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Author and licensed mental health counselor Amy Sherman offers her tips on aging gently with her e-book “Distress Free Aging.” Labeled as the “Boomer’s Guide to Creating a Fulfilled and Purposeful Life,” Distress-Free Aging lends another approach to tackling midlife’s issues. The acceptance of the changes we face, both in mind and body, does not have to squelch our desire, energy or passion. On the contrary; that acceptance, along with a few simple behavior modifications, positive self-talk techniques,... Read More

The Smart Woman’s Guide to Midlife & Beyond

September 30th, 2008

Author: Janet Horn, MD and Robin H. Miller, MDwww.smartwomanshealth.com Reviewed By: Dotsie Bregel Baby boomer women are interested in managing their health. The generation of women born between 1946 and 1964 are healthier and better educated than prior generations of women. They want to be involved with their health care management. This guide allows them to speak intelligently about their health concerns. Written in an up front, concise manner, for the everyday women to understand, The Smart Woman’s Guide to Midlife & Beyond: A No-Nonsense Approach to Staying Healthy After 50 offers... Read More

Flex and Stretch – For The Not So Flexible

August 11th, 2008

Author: Dot Dalywww.befitafter60.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Dot Daly, a certified exercise instructor who is over the age of 60, has developed a DVD to meet the exercise needs of the mature audience. The premise that movement keeps us fit, balanced and feeling our best, is adapted for the “Baby Boomer” and beyond to ensure optimal wellness. Dot\’s fifty-minute routine comprises of Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates techniques for a relaxing yet comprehensive workout. Her choice of background music is calming; her instruction is gentle and encouraging. Strength training, flexibility and... Read More