THANKS FOR BUYING LUNCH , LOLA . WASN'T IT CUTE HOW THE WAITER
ASKED IF WE WERE SISTERS ? OH , AMY , THAT'S THE OWEST I NOTICED
YOU TIPPED Him $ 20 . I SAID IT WAS OLD NOT INEFFECTIVE . OH , SURE ,
Author: Steve Dickenson
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Don't mess with Lola. She's too old for you to be asking, she bucks stereotypes like a bronco, and she suffers adult sons, daughters-in-law, and potential suitors badly. In Old Age Isn't for Sissies, Lola continues her brash march through life, stepping over proper diet, exercise, and political correctness. She's a take-no-prisoners, cigar-chomping, beer-on-the-doily kind of gal who will whack you with her cane if given half a chance. But Lola's lack of charm is her most charming trait-and what makes her such a delight to fans of all ages.
This book will help those who are growing older to understand some of the changes and problems associated with growing older, whether you are twenty, forty, sixty or eighty.
Author: Marshall L. Cook, Dr.
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
A ninety-six-year-old man, on admission to a nursing home, was interviewed by a social worker. She asked, "Did you have a happy childhood?" With a twinkle in his eye, he replied: "So far, so good!" One of the undeniable facts of life is that we are all aging. Many people dread growing old. It was Bette Davis who said, "Old age ain't no place for sissies!" And yet Dr. Cook believes that what really matters as we age is not the condition of the body, but that of the spirit. We can find meaning and purpose no matter what our age. Growing Old Isn't for Sissies focuses on the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual challenges we encounter as we age, primarily after age sixty-five, and what our Christian faith has to say to those challenges and changes. Our faith in God can help us in our journey through life, no matter what our age. This book will help those who are growing older to understand some of the changes and problems associated with growing older, whether you are twenty, forty, sixty or eighty. It will help you understand the spiritual resources that are important in coping with growing older.
OLD AGE ISN ' T FOR SISSIES , BUT YOU CAN STILL FIND JOY On a lovely
Christmas eve gathering while visiting my parents in Connecticut , I met Emily .
She was ninety - three , bright eyed , and easy to talk with . I asked her what it
Author: Charlotte Davis Kasl
Tells how to include playfulness, creativity, honesty, and self-acceptance in our day-to-day lives, and includes advice on releasing fear and self-criticism
From the pithy one-liners of George Burns to the gently poetry of Emily Dickinson, there is something for everyone in this collection of responses to the inevitable, irreversible, but not necessarily unbearable, effects of growing older.
Don't be blown away if your in-laws get more selfish and demanding as they
mature; after all, old age isn't for sissies. Often, the situation can be improved with
a little communication and concern. You have a choice: You can choose to follow
Author: Laurie Rozakis
Publisher: Macmillan Distribution
Category: Family & Relationships
Through practical advice and helpful tips, this informative handbook explains how one can learn to cope with typical in-law problems, including money, the children, family loyalty, where to spend the holidays, and more. Original.
It deals with the creative aspects of old age and the way in which older artists
lead active , useful , productive lives . ... this is a site that will keep you interested .
www.world-sex-records.com/sex-062.htm Senior Centre - old age isn't for sissies
Author: Robert Allen
Publisher: Virgin Books
Category: Business & Economics
Approaching retirement age shouldn't be about choosing your favorite armchair; it's about fulfilling your desires to do everything you always wanted, but never had the time to do. Want to know how to make the most of later life? Do you dream of travelling the world? Aspire to learn new skills? Age shouldn't be a barrier. With our life expectancy increasing along with our demands for fuller and more active lives the opportunities as you approach retirement age grow greater and more exciting. But how do you choose what you want to do? Planning for Retirement helps you sort out your options, offering all the information and advice that you need. Packed with questionnaires, tips and anecdotes from those who have grown older both gracefully and disgracefully, this easy-to-use book contains sections on: *Deciding what you want to achieve *Work, training, educational and travelling opportunities *Keeping healthy with regular medical check-ups, diet advice and exercise tips *Maintaining a healthy and retentive memory through exercises, relaxation and meditation *Assessing finances *Coping with family pressures
My friend Lea Clower says that religion is for people who want to stay out of hell ,
and Christianity is for people who have been ... I grow so tired of those people
who “ tiptoe through the tulips ” with Jesus . ... They say old age isn ' t for sissies .
Author: Steve Brown
Publisher: Ballantine Books
A spiritual guide on how to pray cites the importance of focusing on God rather than on oneself, while it defines the basic theology of prayer and addresses such issues as unanswered prayers.
0309 OLD AGE IS NOT FOR SISSIES Jocelyn Reichel Their motto is Old Age Is Not for Sissies . It certainly isn ' t spiritual , not even the least bit inspirational , but
Everett saved it for moments of crisis and accomplishment - like the time Jocelyn
"If I could speak at one time to all senior Americans, I'd tell them to forget their age
and do exactly what they feel like doing. It all comes down to attitude. Excitement
is what really keeps you going." Bob Hope, in Old Age Isn't For Sissies by Art ...
Author: Lauraine Snelling
Publisher: Nitty Gritty Cookbook
"Hundreds of people, famous and ordinary, share the good things that are happening to them as their years increase."--Page 4 of cover.
I remember my mother saying before her death at 88 , “ Old age isn ' t for sissies .
” She was anything but a sissy . Her life had spanned the horse - and - buggy age
, the golden age of train travel , and then jets and spaceships . Even after the ...
Author: Kay D. Rizzo
Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing
Category: Praise of God
Drawing from a rich tapestry of experience, Kay Rizzo explains how to get out of the "if onlys" and "whys" into the wider spaces of the soul by praising God in every situation, no matter how difficult. Gratitude is not a gimmick, a game, or a way to manipulate God, but a new way of life. It is giving faith a voice. Praise increases ones capacity for worship and opens our minds to new insights about God. It is the shortest route to a full heart. Even when life is falling down around you, you can erect a cathedral of praise for God to dwell in. This book will show you how
Like all artists , she sees with a fresh eye . Hers was the discovery in lovely Marin
County , California , where the mania for fitness among young and middle - aged
is akin to religious ecstasy , that here and there were older people ( “ seniors ...
Author: Etta Clark
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This sequel to the best-selling Growing Old is Not For Sissies teaches us to reevaluate the popular associations of age with increasing malaise and infirmity. Instead, it presents 100 vital, compelling portraits of senior athletes accompanied by personal statements and poems on aging. Growing Old is Not for Sissies II is testament to the joy of physical activity and of living to a ripe old age. Fourth printing. By Etta Clark.
The adage rings true : Old age really isn ' t for sissies . Far more important than
the physical aspects of old age are the mental and emotional changes . Slowing
bodies ( yes , it does happen ) afford time to think . To reflect . To ponder .
Author: Jessica K. Heriot
Use these fascinating first-person accounts to bring real-world problems into the classroom! The Use of Personal Narratives in the Helping Professions: A Teaching Casebook is a collection of personal narratives, short stories, and poetry about mental illness and other life-affecting problems, mostly in the context of family life. Each selection is accompanied by questions for discussion; selected reading lists are provided with each chapter. Beginning with problems related to childhood, the stories range through adolescence, adulthood, and old age. This unique book provides students and educators in psychology, social work, and counseling with an in-depth understanding of various mental illnesses and psychosocial problems through the life cycle. Its stories and narratives give students the unique opportunity to experience "from the inside" what it is like to live with an eating disorder or struggle with a compulsion phobia. The Use of Personal Narratives in the Helping Professions is more than a teaching tool. These stories are more than thought provoking, more than simply insightful. They are truly fascinating--each a candid, no-holds-barred glimpse into the personal reality of its narrator--and will inspire the kind of discussions that the best courses and instructors are remembered for. Your students will most likely have finished the book before the class has finished discussing the first chapter! With The Use of Personal Narratives in the Helping Professions, your students will explore: family relationships under various types of stress how families cope with physical illness what happens to the family when a loved one struggles with mental illness the impact of racial issues the effects of sexual abuse and domestic violence the process of healing from childhood trauma . . . and much more! The Use of Personal Narratives in the Helping Professions provides first-hand knowledge of what the loss of a parent to death, mental illness, or alcoholism feels like to the child; of how "coming out" as a lesbian affects one's life; of the love and frustration of having a mentally handicapped sibling; of what it's like to lose one's memory in old age. No academic description can convey the feelings, meaning, and effects on the individual or family of mental illness or other psychosocial stressors. Only narratives and stories based on direct experience--exactly what you'll find in The Use of Personal Narratives in the Helping Professions--can offer this perspective.
As Katharine Hepburn marks the series moving to Saturday ) once said , “ Old age isn ' t for sissies . " crackles with conflict . Ray gets his Ditto for movies about
it . My score : 5 comeuppance from the bishop in the form of a conservative ...
She began to compose a note to them : " Believe me , children , this has nothing
to do with the way you treated me and it ' s not that life wasn ' t ... Please be
advised I ' m no coward - - you ' ll find out some day that old age isn ' t for sissies .
The quick-hitting, thought-provoking challenges of God's truth contained in this book are designed to be a source of spiritual encouragement in a world looking for answers. Straightforward in style, they communicate the gospel in a manner that anyone can understand.Bryant Wright founded Right From The Heart Ministries in 1992 with a vision to share the truth of God's Word through media. Combining thirty-minute teaching programs on Christian radio with thirty and sixty-second devotional spots on popular secular radio, RFTH has expanded into the world scene through Internet, television, and translation into several languages. Right From The Heart sponsors its Christian message in India to millions of listeners through the Rajahstan Bible Institute. Additionally, a special CD of encouragement and hope was distributed through the chaplaincy service of the U.S. Armed Forces to our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.
THE FINAL WORD ON FAMILIES Someone once said , " Getting old isn ' t for sissies ! ' ' The idea is that old age requires special courage because the stresses
are so great - and often they are relentless . The same is true for the families of ...
Author: Karen Klein
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
Category: Health & Fitness
Suggests guidelines for recovery, tells how to select a physician, and discusses the emotional, financial, and insurance aspects of injury
God is not ' fair . ' Death ... As for Ishiguro's The Unconsoled , which I panned for
Vogue , it's being praised now all over the United States . ... 12 June
NANTUCKET By Bette Davis , embroidered on a pillow cushion : " Old Age Isn't
For Sissies .