Constance is a psychologist and former university professor who studies the individual’s innate capacity to realize his or her full potential––mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual. Inspired by the quotation attributed to Socrates, “An unexamined life may not be worth living,” she is also aware of the warning from Dr. Schweitzer and others that “an unlived life” may not be worth examining. Seeking to both live fully and examine deeply, Constance’s widely varied interests, circumstances, and experiences reflect her philosophy.
Her book Not Going Gently: A Psychologist Fights Back against Alzheimer’s for Her Mother. . .and Perhaps Herself
would seem to be a departure from this philosophy of positive changes. But in telling her mother’s story, she interweaves her own examples of aging, memory, loss and love. In a dynamic fusion of personal story and science, she offers a fresh perspective on Alzheimer’s and dementia from her professional vantage point–––and provides a plan for prevention.
In addition to writing about Alzheimer’s disease and successful aging, she in interested in a number of other topics, especially alternative health. She is the editor of the long-awaited English version of
Dr. Tom Wu’s Different Approach in Natural Healing: Conquer Cancer and Other Diseases with Simple Foods
Dr. Wu is a world-renowned teacher whose three books in Mandarin Chinese sold over 1.2 million copies in Taiwan alone and were later translated into Thai, Japanese, and Korean. Different Approach is available now on Amazon.com.
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