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Do You Feel as Old As You Are? A Grandmother and Granddaughter Discuss Life and Aging

AnneSimpsonPermissionAnneSimpsonHistorically, aging has been a difficult topic for women and when it is talked about all, most likely it is in a negative light. Seldom do we read about all that women gain as we pile on the decades. Anne Simpson, 81, is changing that by discussing the complete picture. In “Do You Feel as Old as You Are? Conversations With My Granddaughter,” Simpson answers 40 questions asked of her by her 21-year-old granddaughter, Alison Leslie. The book explores ideas about aging and how women have related to one another across generations.

Read this fascinating interview on HealthCentral about how generations of women can encourage and inform one another:

Purchase Minding Our Elders: Caregivers Share Their Personal Stories – paperback or ebook

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