Do you feel like you’re in a constant battle with your body, as time rolls by?
Do you feel like your career options are more limited, as an older person?
Or that somehow, you’re less “lovable” or “valuable,” now that you’ve got a few wrinkles on your face?
If so, it’s time to reframe what “growing older” means to you.
Because growing older can mean… absolutely anything you want it to mean.
Inside this Life Guide, you’ll find tools to help you shift the way that you feel about aging… so that you can release the negativity, and get back to enjoying your life!
You’ll learn how to:
: Identify where your “stories” about aging came from.
: Decide what kind of “older person” you really want to be.
: Write a letter of gratitude to your body. (A powerful exercise, whether you are 30 or 103!)
: Take pride in your appearance & cultivate a personal style that you love — whether that means playing with cosmetics, creams and “anti-aging products,” or not.
: Refocus your attention on the kinds of experiences that bring you joy, and all of the pleasures yet to come — instead of fretting about the time that’s already “gone.”
To be alive, at any age, is an exquisite miracle.
I hope that this Life Guide helps you to replace negative feelings about aging with positive ones. Here’s to life!
Includes a 50-page digital workbook & 60-minute audio guide.
To listen to a short audio sample, click on the arrow below.
“At age 46 (8 years ago), my husband of 20 years, left me for a 22 year old – claiming I was too old for his tastes. I’ve worked hard to push past all those self-loathing emotions but your Guide really helped at a much deeper level. I’m feeling the love!
I have forgiven him but I realized I haven’t forgiven myself. Hence I just purchased your Forgiveness Guide.
I’m eager to delve in! Thank you for your great work.”
“This guidebook has helped me to stop fighting the aging process. I still look youthful, but ever since I turned 40, I’ve aged, and I fight it. Thanks to this guide I feel like my priorities are in order — I am worth loving, no matter what.”
“I never thought I’d say it, but after reading this guide I can say, “I love my aging skin’ and “I am not damaged goods.” No more disgust & shame. Now I’m convinced that I don’t need to be a photoshopped, skinny, flawless woman to be desirable. I am Me — wise, beautiful, sexy. At any age, shape or size.
— Shelly S
“Your guidebooks are gems.”