WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING...

Through this book you will learn:

  • How to find life after the loss of your partner
  • Explore new adventures you have never considered before
  • Learn the benefits of proper nutrition, physical and mental fitness
  • Showing you the importance of brain exercises
  • How to enjoy your new life, make new friends and find those that will encourage you by their example

All my life, I had known my father to be a strong, happy and positive man. That is until my mother's death almost crushed him. When I came into the room one day soon after, to see him sobbing with his head in his hands and then look up at me to say 'I don't know if I can go on', my heart broke and I believed him for an instant. But he did go on a day at a time, a new memory at a time and with new interests, dreams and goals he built himself back up to be stronger and happier than ever. This book is his journey and it is one that will be all too familiar to so many people. Hopefully his pains, triumphs and insights will serve to inspire readers and encourage them just as they have always guided me.

Simon Ambrose, Author/Entrepreneur, Generation Arc: How to Leave a Lasting Legacy

I was pleased to be invited to read the first book written by Chris Ambrose. As a psychologist, I always have tried to help those in a time of loss to find a way to focus on the future and how they could overcome devastation and find purpose again. This book would be perfect to accompany just such a counseling experience. Chris Ambrose's approach at facing life head-on is entertaining as he shares his way through life from childhood to retirement, but with a focus on development of mental and physical well-being. He takes your hand as a friend and leads you through life showing you that life is only beginning in your senior years. Expect to laugh, cry and wonder what he will do next.

Martha Char Love, Author of Increasing Intuitional Intelligence: How the Awareness of Instinctual Gut Feelings Fosters Human Learning, Intuition, and Longevity

It was my privilege to read Author Chris Ambrose's book, 70 Is The New 50, partly because I am at the age where retirement is a part of my life and new challenges have begun to cross my mind. Chris has offered you laughter, tears and successes along with a few dare devil failures that make your senses come alive in spirit as he takes you from a farm life to one of engineering. Stories he tells make you wonder how he made it this far in life when chasing crazy and delightful adventures throughout his entire life. Then, you realize you are kept captivated because he writes from his heart. But while sharing his adventures, he educates you along the way with news around the world from the World War era to present time and even shares the life of success from investments. I highly recommend this book.

Douglas Adkins, Co-Author of Maggie's Kitchen Tales: Dog Treat Recipes and Puppy Tales to Love

This is an amazing book and a inspirational book about getting off the couch to make a better world for yourself and others. The Author is a very motivated and reading the book has made me feel inspired to make a better life for myself. I would recommend that anyone 50 and older should read this book.  I don't write many book reviews but this was truly inspiring to read and review. I would give this writer 5 stars.

Marty Wright, retired nurse

Author Chris Ambrose, inspires those of us who are in our late 60’s and 70’s but also, he speaks to anyone that suffers a loss or just needing to find their way. I see this book appealing to many age groups especially with Chris Ambrose sharing his life’s accomplishment walking over 600 miles! His story is energizing!

Alan Kane, MD, FACS Beverly Hills, California

70 is the new 50 provides an inspirational plan for restructuring or redeeming one's life after retirement or a tragic loss. This book should prove invaluable to readers--don't miss it.

John B. Rosenman, Ph.D., Author of The Turtan Trilogy Virginia Beach, VA

Too often people think of 65 as the end of life. But retiring from a job can be the gateway to a new and exciting life. In 70 is the new 50, Chris Ambrose gives his plan for a long and successful life. A healthy lifestyle and attitude are the keys. It is not about mourning your loses, but looking to your gains. It is a different perspective on not being so young anymore.

R.L. Cherry Author of the suspense novel Foul Shot, Nevada

Author Chris Ambrose has accomplished for me the almost impossible! I love to read and write but rarely do I get as involved as I have with this dynamic storyline which he allowed me to hear. Chris shared his tragedy and devastation with compassion and yet he found the courage to tell all of us, how he found his way back from the edge to a marvelous new life, that he shares with his son, Simon.

Rosemary “Mamie” Adkins, Author Reflections of Mamie: A Story of Survival Bremerton, Washington

I have known my brother-in-law for 47 years and I am very proud of him. He was very much in love with my sister, always will be and her death devastated him. Yet, for himself and for his love of Irene, he moved on in living life. His book clearly shows that he has taken his grief and turned it in a direction he could reach out to others so they too, can find their way. It was written with heart and the compassion he has always lived his life.

Sylvia Brookfield, England
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