In Our Fifties: Voices of Men and Women Reinventing Their Lives
April 1993, Jossey-Bass
Focuses on evolving self images and changing relationships with families, friends, lovers, and the world at large.
WILLIAM BERQUIST is president of The Professional School of Psychology in San Francisco and Sacramento. He is the author of many books, including Developing Human and Organizational Resources (1993). ELINOR M GREENBERG is president of a consulting firm near Denver. She is the author of Weaving: The Fabric of a Woman's Life (1991). G. ALAN KLAUM is president of a San Francisco consulting firm, codirector of The Sutter Institute, and a practicing psychotherapist.
"About half way through reading this book, I became aware of the fact that my reaction was, 'Oh, to be fifty again.' The authors present this decade as the one that 'promises to be the richest and most satisfying of your life.' A time of growth toward greater fulfillment. A message that especially warms the heart of an adult educator." --Malcolm S. Knowles, professor emeritus of adult and community college education, North Carolina State University