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0120110411French psychologist Marie de Hennezel looks at western attitudes to ageing and asks if we can transform the way we feel about growing old, to make this most feared period one of the best times of our lives.
Relating her encounters with extraordinary people who have embraced ageing happily and with grace, de Hennezel guides us through the art of growing old.
Read by Alexandra Mathie.
Abridged by Alison Joseph.
Marie de Hennezel is a respected psychologist and psychotherapist who works with the French government to raise awareness of palliative care.
She has written nine books about the end of life, including 'Intimate Death', and is the author of two ministerial reports on caring for those with terminal illnesses.
An eloquent meditation on ageing by esteemed French psychologist Marie de Hennezel.
0220110412French psychologist Marie de Hennezel looks at western attitudes to ageing and asks if we can transform the way we feel about growing old, making this most feared period one of the best times of our lives.
In conversation with inspiring older people, de Hennezel tests her thesis that terror of old age is caused by a failure to see how we can learn from ageing.
Read by Alexandra Mathie.
Abridged by Alison Joseph
Marie de Hennezel is a respected psychologist and psychotherapist who works with the French government to raise awareness of palliative care.
She has written nine books about the end of life, including 'Intimate Death', and is the author of two ministerial reports on caring for those with terminal illnesses.
Marie de Hennezel tests her thesis on ageing in conversation with inspiring older people.
0320110413French psychologist Marie de Hennezel looks at western attitudes to ageing and asks if we can transform the way we feel about growing old, making this most feared period one of the best times of our lives.
De Hennezel tackles the taboo subject of old people's sexuality, and shares strategies that we can all learn to help us age gracefully.
Read by Alexandra Mathie.
Abridged by Alison Joseph
Marie de Hennezel is a respected psychologist and psychotherapist who works with the French government to raise awareness of palliative care.
She has written nine books about the end of life, including 'Intimate Death', and is the author of two ministerial reports on caring for those with terminal illnesses.
Marie de Hennezel shares strategies that we can all learn to help us age gracefully.
0420110414French psychologist Marie de Hennezel examines western attitudes to ageing and asks if we can transform the way we feel about growing old, making this most feared period one of the best times of our lives.
De Hennezel outlines her belief that old age can be a time of great freedom and lightness of spirit.
Read by Alexandra Mathie.
Abridged by Alison Joseph
Marie de Hennezel is a respected psychologist and psychotherapist who works with the French government to raise awareness of palliative care.
She has written nine books about the end of life, including 'Intimate Death', and is the author of two ministerial reports on caring for those with terminal illnesses.
Marie de Hennezel outlines her belief that old age can be a time of great freedom.
05 LAST20110415French psychologist Marie de Hennezel examines western attitudes to ageing and asks if we can transform the way we feel about growing old, making this most feared period one of the best times of our lives.
De Hennezel draws on her experience of working with the dying to argue that one's proximity to death is not to be feared.
Read by Alexandra Mathie.
Abridged by Alison Joseph.
Marie de Hennezel is a respected psychologist and psychotherapist who works with the French government to raise awareness of palliative care.
She has written nine books about the end of life, including 'Intimate Death', and is the author of two ministerial reports on caring for those with terminal illnesses.
Marie de Hennezel tackles problems of old age including our fear of nearing death.

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