Why Women Live Longer Than Men : And What Men Can Do about It

By | January 30, 2018

Explains why women have an average life-expectancy that is seven years longer than that of men, arguing that it is primarily a result of women’s social characteristics, and focuses on ways in which men can make life last longer. 25,000 first printing.

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The population is getting older! Do you want to be one of those living longer and in comfort? Take good care of yourself!


Chris Peterson on 01/30/2018 at 15:57.

A Customer I liked this book because it gave me a sense of what things I could do to make my later years better. The author categorizes the qualities that make life good in an easy-to-read style. They’re such things as connectedness and spirituality. With the case studies, she shows the reader how these qualities make a difference. It doesn’t matter if you are a man or a woman, we need to be reminded of what really counts. The only thing I don’t like about the book is the title. It doesn’t do…

jcotton@excite.com on 01/30/2018 at 15:58.

Store-Bought Feminism In forty years of extensive reading, I have never read anything worth reading by an author who puts “Ph.D.” after his or her name, on the title page.This book is no exception. It is shallow and virtually thoughtless. The insularity of the author is almost beyond belief. A pure product of a group mentality (to which the author has contributed nothing, and taken everything), this book is entirely off-the-shelf—-that is, ready-made, Wal-Mart feminism. I have lived long enough to see…

Anonymous on 01/30/2018 at 15:59.

Her point rings wrong to me, as a male. Crose’s point was that women live longer because of women’s “capacity for flexibility, connection and resilience”. For men to gain the extra “seven years” they should try to emulate women, and women’s emotions. Garbage. It is only in the last generation that women have gained in life expectancy over men. Throughout history, the life expectancy of males and females has been close in age. Neither females nor males have changed. So, just by examining the differences…

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