In Your Best Life at Any Age, leading Australian psychologist Andrew Fuller has interviewed over 500 000 people to trace the commonly identifiable stages of life. Understanding what stage you are in will lead to making changes that can improve your relationships, create better health and develop a more resilient mindset. Knowing the characteristics of your stage of life is vital, as the things that make a difference in your 20s, change in your 30s, alter again in your 50s and are completely different in your 60s and 70s.
Did you know?
Adolescence is a time of grief.
The best time to create and carry out a plan is when you are 29.
We all really become adults at age 36.
Most people first go to therapy when they are 49.
A lot of people wage an internal battle with themselves in the late 50s.
The 70s are the best time to make friends…especially with yourself. Have you ever wondered if you are living up to your potential? What if you knew in advance the common pitfalls and traps you might fall into when you hit a certain age? Imagine how you could improve your life if you knew exactly what might be coming?
Drawing upon his years of practical experience, the combined wisdom of thousands of life patterns studied and the witty observations of famous writers and philosophers Andrew Fuller has created a blueprint for life that helps you make the most of your life… at any age.
Andrew Fuller is a Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist Fellow in the Departments of Psychiatry, Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne. He is an Ambassador for Mind Matters Member and the National Coalition Against Bullying. He is also a principal consultant to the national drug prevention strategy REDI.
Andrew has recently been described as an "interesting mixture of Billy Connolly, Tim Winton and Frasier Crane" and as someone who "puts the heart back into psychology". As a clinical psychologist, he works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. Andrew lives in Melbourne.
Your Best Life at Any Age
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Author: Andrew Fuller