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Title Live Happier, Live Longer : Your guide to positive ageing and making the most of life.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Allen & Unwin, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource (1 text file)
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Genre Health.
Contents Cover; About the Author; Also by Dr Timothy Sharp; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Dedication; Author's Note; The bit before Chapter one; Chapter 1; The psychology of possibility; Chapter one and a half; Chapter 2; Redefining age; Chapter two and a half; Chapter 3; Physical activity and exercise: diet, sleep and rest; In between chapters three and four; I thought it would be helpful to . . .; Chapter 4; Coping styles, mental health and happiness (hope, optimism and play); And time for another connecting bit . . .; Chapter 5; Interpersonal relationships, connectedness and belonging.
Sometimes things go bad . . .Chapter 6; Dealing with regrets and resolving old hurts; Every cloud has a silver lining . . .; Chapter 7; Maturation, wisdom, personal identity and redefining who I am; Just before chapter eight . . .; Chapter 8; Meaning, purpose and spirituality; Chapter eight and a bit . . .; Chapter 9; Preparing for death (so you can fully live life); Don't stop because you're tired; keep going because you're almost there . . .; Chapter 10; Creating a positive context and daily happiness habits; Resources; Index.
Summary According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics there are more than 3 million Australians over the age of 65, and this number is only going to grow (in fact it's the fastest growing demographic in Australia). Thanks to compulsory superannuation many of these older Australians are relatively well prepared financially. However few, if any, are adequately prepared psychologically!The good news is that many older Australians are well educated and keen to take the initiative in looking after themselves and keeping fit and healthy so as to continue living a full and rich life. In Live Happier Live Longer Dr Sharp focuses on the key things people can do to increase their happiness and wellbeing as they get older, from emphasizing the importance of positive thinking and the benefits of physical activity, sleep and relaxation to the practical benefits of continuing to strive towards motivating goals. With loneliness a major issue amongst the elderly, he also provides tips on keeping in contact with family and friends, as well as making new friendships. This is the perfect book for anyone over 50 who wants to live a long and happy life.
Other Title Print version: Sharp, Timothy. Live Happier, Live Longer. [Place of publication not identified] : Allen & Unwin, 2014 9781743319185 1743319185