From ""Don't Kick the Chair"" to ""Don't Let the Rocking Chair Get You"" this is sloganized self-help to equip you for the...

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DON'T GROW OLD, GROW UP!

From ""Don't Kick the Chair"" to ""Don't Let the Rocking Chair Get You"" this is sloganized self-help to equip you for the experiences of life, whether marriage, or later on loneliness and old age. Overcoming handicaps and disasters, acquiring the ability to act, knowing yourself and getting along with yourself, establishing a warm rapport with people, and of course having a firm spiritual belief is all part of this home course which will help you to meet the world at large on a happy basis. Following very much in her husband's famous footsteps, Mrs. Carnegie also uses the same, book straps (the positive directive- the consoling case history) for that faltering following which is always ready for this kind of pick-me-up.

Pub Date: Oct. 29, 1956

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Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1956