Stephanie Raffelock is an advocate for the positive potential of aging. For several years, she has been writing and studying about the positive, active and graceful aging movement.
She helps self-aware, educated women who are interested in shirking the toxic myths and stereotypes of aging. She is all about celebrating life no matter what your age is.
She released her first book "A Delightful Little Book on Aging," in April 2020. This book will take you on a journey into older age with the help of story, and a philosophy of gratitude.
She also writes about how to become wise elders of our culture, universal and life-transforming forces, grief, gratitude, loss, and love.
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