Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) October 15, 2005
Every 8.5 seconds, someone in the United States turns 50. In fact, 12.5% of today’s American population was born before 1939. Aging in this fast-paced world is on the minds of many of them. To address these concerns, New York Times best-selling author Dr. Cherie Carter-Scott has released her latest of a dozen life improvement books, "The Baby Boomer’s Bible to Life After 50."
The book spells out ten truths about aging and how to cope with each one of them. From nurturing connections to self-acceptance and maintaining enthusiasm, this book lays the ground rules for aging with ease and grace.
“The recent series of books that I have written addresses natural transitions in human development,” says Dr. Carter-Scott. “As a person grows, there are normal and expected transitions that by their very nature are uncertain, unsettling, and unclear. Those transitions are: becoming an adult, finding your career or calling, compatible partnering, becoming a parent, and growing older. Successful transit through these rites of passage is a large part of our development as adults. Each transition has its own universal truths that transcend gender, nationality, race, and religion. I wrote these books to provide handrails for people to help clarify and guide them through the uncertainties they face and to sort out their personal evolution as a result of each transition.”
“I bought the book for my parents to help them deal with getting older, and whatever comes along with that. It has been extremely helpful and insightful for them,” states Anne Ducale, Production Coordinator of Licensing Materials for the MMS Institute.
The book is only available in ebook format because Dr. Carter-Scott believes that this is the wave of the future. It is so easy to get information out in this manner and with all the computer advancement she felt it was important keep up to date.
The Baby Boomer’s Bible to Life After 50 can be downloaded in eBook form at http://www.themms.com/library