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Connie Goldman

Full Name: Connie Goldman
Number of Works: 9
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ISBN: 1577491173, 9781577491170
Keywords: hope, healing, hardship, stories, caregiving, gifts
Pages: 192
Published: 2002
  • Rating: 100%

In this book, caregivers share their stories of caring for a disabled or aging loved one.
ISBN: 1577491475, 9781577491477
Keywords: fullest, midlife, years, life, living, spirit, reflections, ageless
Pages: 282
Published: 2004
  • Rating: 60%

In this book people over the age of 70 talk about how they remain vital. The result is a treasury of humor and profundity by some of the most fascinating and gifted men and women of our time.
ISBN: 1577491572, 9781577491576
Keywords: later, years, relationships, new, love, romance, life
Pages: 192
Published: 2006

Contains interviews more than twenty older couples about their partnerships and late-life romances.
ISBN: 1932472924, 9781932472929
Keywords: years, life, mid, women, conversations
Pages: 216
Published: 2009

Middle-aged and elderly women discuss the challenges, as well as the opportunities, of refashioning their identities in conversations with NPR journalist Connie Goldman.

It's time to focus on what we gain with age, not what we lose. . . . In Secrets of Becoming a Late Bloomer, Connie Goldman and Richard Mahler confirm in a striking way what I've believed for some time: we need a brand-new image of aging. That new image must replace yesterday's view of maturity as a period of stagnation and decline with the idea that the latter part if life can be truly exciting and a time of growth, productivity, and newfound pleasures-if we know the secrets of becoming a late bloomer. —From the foreword by Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., President and CEO, Age Wave, Inc. "