Living in the Age of the Aged Reviews

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This book offers a uniquely interesting perspective into life as we age. Aging seems to be a rather taboo topic that isn’t talked about openly. Mr. Kaufman’s book shines a light on the beauty and despair all wrapped into one. I highly recommend this book if you are looking for an interesting read that gives you some not often shared insights on life!


Sarah Barendse-Elrod March 9, 2020

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In perhaps his most intimate work yet in this remarkable book series, Mr. Kaufman comes face to face with the challenges and struggles of growing old. Now in his early 70’s, his mortality is challenged with the death of two close and important people in his life. Although healthy, he feels the aches and pains of growing older, slower and without the energy that had always propelled him, facing now surgery as years of physical activity finally catches up to him.  Most difficult for him however is dealing with the reality of being at an age where finding a relationship is, t best, difficult. For the first time ever he is required to deal with the prospect of spending the rest of his life without a partner. This is a book that needed to be written and will inspire both men and women living in the age of the aged.

March 9, 2020