Elizabeth Serkin is a lifelong seeker of learning and earned her PhD in feminist social gerontology at the age of 66. At the age of 68, she married "her last and best husband," who was 89. Her husband, now 91, goes to work every day.
Sky Above Clouds Finding Our Way Through Creativity, Aging, and Illness Time
Sky Above Clouds: Finding our Way through Creativity, Aging and Illness Time is the newly released book by Gene D. Cohen M.D., Ph.D. Wendy Miller, Ph.D., ATR-BC, REAT, LPC. Through their scientific research and clinical practice, Gene Cohen and Wendy Miller have disproved the common misconception that the aging mind is only capable of decline when in fact, mature brains have been shown to be capable of extraordinary growth and with creative inspiration, to be even better at learning new skills than younger adults.
Sky Above Clouds touches on the experiences that Cohen and Miller faced as experts on creativity and aging. Met with his own aging process and metastatic illness Cohen moved forward with his geriatric research. Through the perspectives of both authors’ Sky Above Clouds shows how Cohen and Miller grew together all while coping with illness and loss.