Distress-Free Aging: A Boomer's Guide to Creating a Fulfilled and Purposeful Life

Distress-Free Aging is a guide to helping baby boomers realize their limitations, inhibitions and fears that prevent them from living their lives fully. It offers 10 strategies that identify those self-defeating thoughts and then gives a meaningful action plan for change.

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Words: 13,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476163611
About Amy Sherman

For more than 20 years Amy Sherman has been working in the helping field, inspiring others to live their best life. She has a master's degree in counseling/psychology from Vermont College and has worked with individuals and couples struggling with personal and professional issues that have kept them from the happiness and joy they deserve.

She founded Baby Boomers' Network as a resource for boomers to transition through midlife using the healthiest, most effective coping skills. As a boomer herself, she is aware of the special issues boomers face and is committed to helping other reinvent themselves and reach their ideal goals.


Amy’s newest book, co-authored with her sister, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, is titled, 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! This easy-to-read guide is packed with wisdom for women who are moving on and ready to create a loving, lasting and fulfilling relationship in the years ahead.

Amy is also the author of the e-book, Distress-Free Aging: A Boomer’s Guide to Creating a Fulfilled and Purposeful Life. The ten strategies outlined offer boomers a guideline for transforming their thinking towards success, fulfillment and achieving their desired goals. 


Amy has been awarded first place winner of the 2009 Victorious Woman of the Month Award. She is also a Contributing Columnist to www.BasilandSpice.com, The Baby Boomer News, and The Boomer Authority. Plus, she is an Expert Advisor for www.ParentalWisdom.com and is the Director of Mental Health Services at the Toby Center for Family Transitions.

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