Saturday, July 11, 2020

Living Longer IS the New Normal: Lessons from a Geropsychologist on Living Longer and Making it Over the Hurdles

The older I get, the more I understand what my mother said, "It's hell getting older." Even last night, as I tried to get comfortable in my bed, I fought because of the pain in my right shoulder. Five weeks ago, I fell and fractured the left humorous, and last week, I had to see a surgeon because I have injured my rotator cuff and face surgery. Yikes!!! This isn't how I want to grow old. I love life and I love living. I come from a long-life lineage family, I had several great-grandparents who lived to be 104 years old. Yes, they were married, and lived in their home, not a retirement center, until they passed. My grandmother, lived to be 98, and lived at her house and mowed her own lawn until six months before she died. I asked them many times what it took to live a long life like that. They had their ideas, and today's author, Joseph M. Casciani, Ph.D., has his too in his book "Living Longer IS the New Normal: Lessons from a Geropsychologist on Living Longer and Making it Over the Hurdles." If you don't think I didn't listen and pat attention you have another thing coming. Do you want to live a longer more fulfilled life? Do you want the new sixty, to be the new forty? If so, this book is worth the read.

Living Longer IS the New Normal: Lessons from a Geropsychologist on Living Longer and Making it Over the Hurdles Paperback – May 29, 2020
 Now that we are living longer, how do we remove our self-limiting beliefs and live our best years? In this book, written by a psychologist with decades of helping older adults, you will find ways to power a positive attitude about aging and make it over the hurdles that we all encounter. Living Longer IS the New Normal helps readers re-examine traditional approaches to aging. It encourages us to consider different perspectives on what we can accomplish and expect of ourselves. In twenty chapters, Joe Casciani engages us in a powerful and inspiring discussion about how to tackle life's challenges as we age. With so many of his previous clients, he explored their self-limiting beliefs and negative future outlooks. He would offer a guide to finding that reservoir of energy, drive, and determination that was untapped or locked away – but ALWAYS, ALWAYS there. Once we start with even a single step, our confidence builds, and momentum flows. Moving forward means throwing off limitations we put on growing old and coping successfully with whatever struggle comes our way – physical, personal, or financial. Make the most of your life at any age and gain a powerful sense of control about your own aging. Learn what new doors can open as we embrace and celebrate our senior years. Discover your Journey to Live a Longer, Healthier, and Happier Life by Clicking the "Buy now" links throughout this posting.
Product details
Paperback: 100 pages
Publisher: Independently published (May 29, 2020)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 979-8649191210
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches

About Joseph M. Casciani
Joe Casciani, PhD, is the founder and Chief Curator of the Living to 100 Club, his new voice for delivering insights and inspiration about aging with a positive mindset - no matter how hard the journey. These insights about living longer, healthier, and happier lives reflect the author's experience as a psychologist with older adults and their families. After decades of clinical work, Joe is now powering a positive attitude about aging through this new book, membership in his Living to 100 Club, and a weekly radio show. He loves to hear from his readers. Feel free to email him at LLiNN@Livingto100.Club.

The chapters help us to optimize our outlook, step out of our comfort zone, and, as the Club's tagline says, turn aging on its head. Can I re-define myself as strong, resilient, and capable? How do I start a new chapter after a serious change in health or personal loss? Can older adults really have a satisfying and fulfilling sex life? Where can determination and a positive mindset take us? This book is an uplifting read for ages 50+ on removing self-limiting beliefs about aging, staying positive, and making it over the hurdles.