The renowned psychotherapist Ronny Scheer has studied ageing and come up with some astounding findings. Many old people consider that the active part of their lives is behind them and that it is now time to let go. This at least is the proposition at the beginning of the book.
What follows is an honest, humorous, and serious appraisal by Ronny Scheer (author of “meine, deine, unsere,” one of the first guidebooks on patchwork families) demonstrating that this proposition does not hold. On the contrary! Only those who see a sense in their own lives, involve themselves with the lives of others, and remain on the ball will live contentedly. A book for those who not only look forward to getting older but also want and are able to reinvent themselves.
Taubenfüttern ist nicht genug. Warum Älterwerden Spaß macht
200 pages, 11.5 x 18.5 cm, bound
€19.90, ISBN: 978-3-99300-101-8
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