August 17, 2020 – As people age, wouldn’t it be great if someone comes along, providing answers to all those wandering thoughts about aging? For those who have wondered, “I wish I knew that before,” and for everyone else going beyond 50, retired clinical psychologist Dr. Viola Mecke has penned down the answers along with her experiences to prepare for the golden years.
“Aging Wisely” provides vital information for the late ages of life, which is thought by many to be peaceful and free of worries but can actually be a stress-ridden time. Along with pleasure and contentment, aging also brings many sorrows, like losing a loved one, of being lonely, and more. It is during this time that one realizes the “importance of loving well and especially the importance of giving to others.”
Along with detailed explanations, the work introduces four stages of aging: the initiation to aging at about fifty years of age, followed by changes in post-retirement years, a gradual acceptance of being older, and the concluding years above the age of eighty-five.
The author explains that joy resides within, and happiness is not owned only by youth. She addresses the issues of physical distress that become a regular phenomenon and how it brings about a change in the latter half of life. The book is based on many real-life stories that revolve around the author.
“I found this book very interesting. It captured a number of concepts that people confront during the aging process, and Dr. Mecke put them to words easily,” says a recent reader review.
Dr. Mecke’s book carries many rich illustrations with the aim of bringing the reader to terms with emotional balance and ensure contentment and gratitude, Dr. Mecke hopes this book will bring greater joy and happiness to all senior citizens.
“Aging Wisely: Facing Emotional Challenges from 50 to 85+ Years” is available from Amazon.
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