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The Warmth of the Heart Prevents Your Body from Rusting: Ageing without Growing Old

The Warmth of the Heart Prevents Your Body from Rusting: Ageing without Growing Old

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By (author) Marie De Hennezel

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  • Publisher: Pan Books
  • Format: Paperback | 288 pages
  • Dimensions: 130mm x 197mm x 20mm | 234g
  • Publication date: 2 February 2012
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1447205855
  • ISBN 13: 9781447205852
  • Sales rank: 95,854

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In this eloquent meditation on ageing, Marie de Hennezel guides us through a true 'art of growing old'. She recalls her encounters as a clinical psychologist with extraordinary people who 'grow old gracefully' -- and through her experience shows us how to make the most of this time in our lives, to avoid depression and to stay happy. She believes that wherever we grow old and whatever our circumstances, if we can maintain energy in our hearts and believe in the power of joy and human warmth, this can transform us and the way we look at the world. This is a wonderful book with a powerful message that applies to everyone no matter how old they are. 'Timely and admirable...her essential idea - that old age should be a stage of life as full of potential as any other - will appeal to oldies who have no intention of just fading away' Mail on Sunday 'A beautifully written meditation on ageing. Author Marie de Hennezel argues that looking positively at ageing helps us make the most of a very previous time' Yours

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Marie de Hennezel is a respected psychologist and a psychotherapist, and is responsible for the mission of palliative care awareness at the French Ministry of Health. She is also the author of two ministerial reports about caring for those with terminal illnesses. She has also written nine books about the end of life. She lives in Paris.