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This is a touching, heartfelt, as well as humorous look at turning fifty in the '90s. Through a collection of personal stories, Susan White-Bowden brings love and hope as she looks at issues such as: grandparenting, grown children, elderly parents, career change, facing one's own mortality and the special gifts each day brings. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll find an enlightened companion as you face being middle aged in this decade.
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I think as much as anything Moonbeams Come At Dark Times is the joy of survival. The difficult years prior to my turning fifty, the pain of loss - the upheaval of divorce - career change, perhaps made getting older not only not bad but I experienced a sense of calm and control that I had never felt before. What I found was in all the situations I thought would be all negative - grown children leaving the nest - being old enough to become a grandparent - having my mother and father become dependent on me - realizing that I too would get old and someday die - I have found positives, Moonbeams that have enriched my life.Review:
"Every woman who reads Susan White-Bowden's treatise on the life, joys, fears and triumphs of a woman turning fifty in the last decade of this century, will recognize at least some part of her own life on these pages." -- Zelma Holzgang, Baltimore Magazine
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Book Description White-Bowden Assoc, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0963376209
Book Description White-Bowden Assoc, 1992. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0963376209