Are there actually gifts that come along with growing older? Are there ways we can deepen them as we move along? My longtime friend and colleague Susan Stewart, affirmatively answers these and other questions in her 2018 book, Winter’s Graces: The Surprising Gifts of Later Life.

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Susan Stewart, PhD, is an emerita professor of psychology at Sonoma State University, a retired psychotherapist, and a workshop facilitator. A baby boomer who turned seventy-two just before publishing this book, she belongs to a women’s group that has been meeting for forty-eight years. She is blessed with two grown sons, Avery and Logan, and four grandchildren—Lukas, Lona Louisa, Madison, and Natalie, ages four, six, nineteen, and twenty-two, respectively, at the time of this book’s publication. Susan is a singer and cellist and loves to dance. Susan invites you to visit her website.

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David Van Nuys, PhD
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