Below you can find a list of inspiring books for seniors.
All of these documentaries relate in one way or another to the age group of 60andMore.
What Dementia Teaches Us About Love, Nicci Gerrard
‘Essential reading about love, life and care’ Kate Mosse
‘Nobody has written on dementia as well as Nicci Gerrard in this new book’ Andrew Marr
‘Dementia is all around us, in our families and in our genes; perhaps in our own futures. If it’s not you or me, it’s someone we love.’
After her own father’s death from dementia, the writer and campaigner Nicci Gerrard set out to explore the illness that now touches millions of us, yet which we still struggle to speak about. What does dementia mean, for those who live with it, and those who care for them?
Ageless Body, Timelss Mind, Deepak Chopra
In Ageless Body, Timeless Mind Deepak Chopra combines his theory about the “smart cell” with recent research on the aging process. He shows how the “negative” impact of aging is prevented. This book contains many practical instructions and exercises. It helps the reader to develop a more positive and hopeful view on aging.
There is nothing inevitable about aging–that is the inspiring message from Dr. Deepak Chopra. “Once again Dr. Chopra presents us with information that can help us live long, healthy lives. For all those interested in a long, full life, this book is a valuable resource.”–Bernie Siegel, M.D., author of Love, Medicine and Miracles
Ageless Soul, Thomas Moore
“Beautifully and eloquently written…Thomas Moore convinces us that we age best when we embrace our age, live agelessly, and remember every day to find the endless joy nestled inside our soul.” – Dr. Rudolph E. Tanzi, New York Times bestselling author of Super Brain and Super Genes
Thomas Moore is the renowned author of Care of the Soul, the classic #1 New York Times bestseller. In Ageless Soul, Moore reveals a fresh, uplifting, and inspiring path toward aging, one that need not be feared, but rather embraced and cherished. In Moore’s view, aging is the process by which one becomes a more distinctive, complex, fulfilled, loving, and connected person.
When I’m 64, Marvin Tolkin & Howard Massey
Once you hit that magic age of 64 (give or take a few years) and stop working, what are you going to do with the rest of your life? How can you accumulate enough assets to allow you to continue to live a comfortable lifestyle? How can you use your retirement years most productively? How can you stack the odds in your favor in terms of maintaining both physical and mental health? These are the questions facing millions of baby boomers today.
This book provides the answers. In these pages, you’ll discover a practical, common-sense approach that can lead to a happy and fulfilling retirement beyond your wildest dreams… making the rest of your life truly the best of your life.
The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron
“Julia Cameron invented the way people renovate the creative soul.” –The New York Times. Over four million copies sold! The Artist’s Way is the seminal book on the subject of creativity. Perhaps even more vital in today’s cultural climate than when it was first published, The Artist’s Way is a powerfully provocative and inspiring work. In it, Julia Cameron takes readers on an amazing twelve-week journey to discover the inextricable link between their spiritual and creative selves. This groundbreaking program includes:
– Introductions to two of Cameron’s most vital tools for creative recovery–The Morning Pages and The Artist Date
– Hundreds of highly effective exercises and activities