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    A Wild and Wonderful Journey
    1. A Pause for Reflection
    2. What Now: Figuring It Out
    3. Who Is This Stranger? Navigating New Waters With Adult Children
    4. How Work Gives Meaning to Life
    5. The Many Faces of Loss
    6. What’s Love Got To Do With It?
    7. The Power of Friendship
    8. Making Up: Ending the Pain of Troubled Relationships
    9. Creating Community: A New Challenge

    Click here to download http://www.ebook.comingofage.org/ to read online, print or load to your Kindle or reader.

    Note: The book is a living document which will add pages and issues based on your feedback.
    Start a discussion group. Each chapter has suggested questions to get started. There is also an online comment area at the end of each chapter.

    Coming of Age is a Philadelphia-based national initiative to promote age 50+ civic engagement– a partnership of the Intergenerational Center at Temple University, WHYY, AARP Pennsylvania and United Way of Southeastern PA.

    Edited by journalist Gloria Hochman

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    As a designer and entrepreneur, products for women have been my focus. Dianne Sullivan Designs created fun jewelry for boutiques and department stores. Miraflores Designs designed and supplied custom branded soap, shampoo and other toiletries for hotel chains. With Bay Linens, Inc, we created decorative bedding sold through Bloomingdales, Bed, Bath & Beyond and other retailers. Our home decor products, with the brand, China Seas, is sold at Isetan Department stores in Japan. At this stage of life I'm connecting with other women over 50 who want to examine their interests and to connect with each other. At ZestNow.com I want to gather useful information and inspiration for this new phase of life.

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    1. Beatriz Mota says:

      The link does not work. 🙁
      http://www.ebook.comingofage.org. Have not been able to secure the book for downloading.

      1. Dianne Morris says:

        We can’t find it now either. The original project and link came from Temple University, College of Education, Intergenerational Center. Apparently the book is no longer available which is a shame. Great topic and lots of other books with the same or similar titles but they aren’t free as this one was. I’ll contact the writer. Thanks for you alerting us! Dianne

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