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How to Age (The School of Life Book 12) (English Edition) di [Karpf, Anne, School of Life, The]
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This new series of The School of Life's self-help books build on the strengths of the first, tackling some of the hardest issues of our lives in a way that is genuinely informative, helpful and consoling. Here are books that prove that the term "self-help" doesn't have to be either shallow or naive (Alain de Botton, Founder of The School of Life)

The School of Life offers radical ways to help us raid the treasure trove of human knowledge (Independent on Sunday)

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A deep and thoughtful look at what it means to age, how to do it well and why we care at all

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  • Editore: Macmillan; Main Market Ed. edizione (2 gennaio 2014)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
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4.0 su 5 stelle A difficult subject 27 gennaio 2015
Di Eeyore - Pubblicato su
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The book starts out well and the writing is quite elegant. Probably I would have liked more about the grieving process and less about how society treats old people. In general it is a fairly interesting book on a difficult subject. Don't be fooled by the title. It isn't a "How to" book at all. More of an overview about the aging process.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Clear, thoughtful introduction to age 14 luglio 2016
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Those looking for a typical self-help book with bullet points & how-to steps will probably find this small but rich volume disappointing. If so, they'll be missing something very good indeed. What Anne Karpf has written works as both personal essay & a reflective study of the clichés & realities of ageing. It doesn't presume to have all the answers (although it offers many intelligent ideas as excellent starting points) -- instead, it invites the readers to re-consider their notions of age, which were probably absorbed from popular culture & never really examined or questioned. Much of what she says may seem like common sense ... but as we know, common sense isn't always so common; and in any case, thinking that one already knows these things often means that they're taken for granted & go unexplored as a result. The important thing to take away from these pages is that her thoughts are a beginning, and that we should do a fair amount of contemplation ourselves. Growing old is a universal reality, yet so many are unprepared for it, fearing it, loathing it, buying into the popular misconceptions of it. This book might help you to start thinking differently & more wisely about it. Recommended!
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4.0 su 5 stelle Would have been even better with a reference list to back up her good information. 28 novembre 2015
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I'm a gerontologist, so try to read the popular press as well as research. I like what Anne says in most of the book, however, I would have liked her to reference some of her research. Her points are good, so it would be nice if the readers were aware of the considerable research supporting them, and didn't think she was sharing her opinion or assumptions. The information is great and it's a simple read on a challenging topic. I especially like her comments about ageism and aging stereotypes.
5.0 su 5 stelle Great book! Very enlightening 5 gennaio 2017
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Great book! Very enlightening, even for someone like me who thought I was aware of ageism in all its forms, but had much more to learn. I will be sharing this book with everyone I know, and even those I don't--because we have so much further to go as a society/culture in terms of educating people.
5.0 su 5 stelle I haven't finished the book yet (sidetracked by another book ... 27 giugno 2016
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I haven't finished the book yet (sidetracked by another book!), but it is all about reframing things and realizing that we've been aging since day 1. And at every turn in life there are losses and debilities, not just once we pass middle age. So far I'm liking the book very much. It gives me pause.
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