52 Baby Steps to Grow Young

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Ageless Lifestyles Institute, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 114 pages
This Oprah-featured author prescribes a baby step a week for developing youthful beliefs and behaviors. Each of the 52 chapters has an action to take, a rationale for the action, quotes, and humor. Distills anti-aging research and centenarian secrets into easy to do baby steps that intuitively make sense. Endorsed by Art Linkletter, Nido Qubein, and the President of the American Psychological Association.
 

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Contents

How Old Are You?
8
Cultivating Fond Memories
10
I Get Better With Age
12
Centenarian Role Models
14
He Who Laughs Lasts
16
Married for a Hundred Years?
18
Footprints in the Heart
20
Go For It
22
Fear of Gray
64
Longevity Icons
66
Better than Britney
68
Outgrowing Shyness
70
Choosing Your Friends
72
Still Being a Kid
74
Hug Someone
76
What Do You Do for Fun?
78

Giving Death Meaning
24
Making Friends All Your Life
26
Never Retire
28
Your Weakest Link
30
Fred Sanford on Death
32
Take This Job and Love It
34
Even Cats Are Living Longer
36
Minds Can Get Better With Age
38
Choose Your News
40
Your Definition of Midlife
42
Motivation to Exercise
44
Vitamins and Common Sense
46
Catch Big Fish When You Read
48
Aging With Grace
50
New Retirement Options
52
When You Brush Your Teeth
54
Heart Health
56
Choosing to be Cheerful
58
Compressed Morbidity
60
Your Age is Multidimensional
62
Mental Commercials
80
Moving Better Than Teens
82
Getting Enough Sunlight
84
Choosing Favorite Words
86
Hold the Phone
88
Keeping a Picnic Basket Handy
90
A Humorous Perspective
92
A Low Standard for Happiness
94
Victimhood Is No Good
96
Is the World a Friendly Place?
98
Its the Best of Times
100
Never Wait
102
Choose Your Cards
104
Loving Technology
106
Keeping a Clear Head
108
Being Resilient
110
Books and CDs by Dr Brickey
112
Quick Order Form for Books and CDs
113
Personal Coaching
114
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