Boomers: Aging Beats the Alternative
And a Sense of Humor HelpsBuy from Amazon
Are you a baby boomer struggling with getting older?
Do you get dragged down by the daily challenges of trying to keep your weight under control and seeing an old person staring back at you when you look in the mirror?
Do you find yourself searching for names that used to come to you easily?
How are you coping with the onslaught of technological changes? Have you learned to tweet?
Are you stressed out by your aging parents?
Do you worry about what’s going to become of you when you get old?
Lorie Eber, a re-careered lawyer, who is now a Gerontologist, addresses these boomer issues with her rapier-sharp wit and distinctive “tell it like it is” style, honed on the streets of New York. She talks candidly about the pain of her career reinvention, the challenges of keeping up with technology and the disquieting feeling that life is going by all too fast. Her introspective style also lends itself to creative insights, such as the off-the-wall notion that Starbucks Cafés provide the perfect model for boomer elder care.Buy from Amazon This book will help you laugh at the ups and downs of aging and look at the bright side.
After all, aging beats the alternative, don’t you think?