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Author: Gail Sheehy
ISBN: 067945263X
Publisher: Fodors Travel Pubns (March 1, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Travel Writing
Size ePUB: 1299 kb
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Rating: 4.2
Votes: 644
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Subcategory: Travel

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Gail Sheehy's brilliant road map of adult life shows the inevitable personality and sexual changes we go through . Passages was the first book I ever read that set out the various "passages" that we go through as we begin to mature

Gail Sheehy's brilliant road map of adult life shows the inevitable personality and sexual changes we go through in our 20. Passages was the first book I ever read that set out the various "passages" that we go through as we begin to mature. I was bowled over, because I had begun to realize how different I was at various ages, going through obvious changes, every 10 years or so. I called these stages "Plateaus", and felt so validated in my own awareness of these stages.

In New Passages, Gail Sheehy discovers and maps out a completely new frontier-a Second Adulthood in middle life. Great book by Gail Sheehy, expands on earlier writings in her previous Passages book about the cycles one experiences in adult life. Stop and recalculate," Sheehy writes. Imagine the day you turn forty-five as the infancy of another life. This book definitely offers plenty of nuggets to consider and proves an invaluable guide for living one’s life to its fullest. Would love to read an updated version for the new century.

Gail Sheehy (born Gail Henion on November 27, 1937) is an American author, journalist, and lecturer. She is the author of seventeen books and numerous high-profile articles for magazines such as New York Magazine and Vanity Fair.

Sheehy's earlier Passages borrowed from Erik Erikson and Daniel Levinson of Yale . The flaw in this book lies in the very reason Sheehy wrote it.

Sheehy's earlier Passages borrowed from Erik Erikson and Daniel Levinson of Yale to popularize the theory that the lives of adults as well as children are marked by stages of development, such as the Trying Twenties and Catch-30, until age 50, when it's smooth sailing. Well, Sheehy is in her 50s now and encountering some rough waters, so she's added a few more stagesthe Flaming Fifties, the Uninhibited Eightiesto her earlier scenario. Moreover, she declares, & is a revolution in the life cycle. Puberty arrives sooner, and adolescence lasts longer  .

In New Passages, Gail Sheehy discovers and maps out a completely new . This book definitely offers plenty of nuggets to consider and proves an invaluable guide for living one’s life to its fullest

In New Passages, Gail Sheehy discovers and maps out a completely new frontier-a Second Adulthood in middle life. She followed up with The Silent Passage, New Passages, and Understanding Men's Passages.

Gail Sheehy is the world-renowned author of seventeen books, most notably the New York Times best-seller Passages, named one of the . As a literary journalist, Sheehy was one of the original contributors to New York magazine.

Gail Sheehy is the world-renowned author of seventeen books, most notably the New York Times best-seller Passages, named one of the ten most influential books . .

In New Passages, Gail Sheehy discovers and maps out a completely new frontier-a Second Adulthood in middle . Her fifth book, "Passages", has been called "a road map of adult life". Several of her books continue the theme of passages through life's stages, including menopause and what she calls "Second Adulthood", including "Pathfinders", "Spirit of Survival", and "Menopause: The Silent Passage". Her latest book, "Sex and the Seasoned Woman", reveals a hidden cultural phenomenon: a surge of vitality in women's sex and love lives after age fifty.

The author of Passages, a book that changed millions of lives, now lays bare her own life passages in a captivating memoir that reveals her harrowing and ultimately triumphant path from groundbreaking 1960s "girl" journalist to fearless bestselling author who made a career of excavating cultural taboos-from sex, menopause, and midlife crisis to illness, caregiving, and death