[ PDF / Epub ] ✅ Going Gray Author Anne Kreamer – Buyphenergan500.us

Going Gray Anne Kreamer Considered Herself A Youthful 49 Until A Photo Of Herself With Her Teenage Daughter Stopped Her In Her Tracks In One Unguarded Moment She Saw Herself For What She Really Was A Middle Aged Woman With Her Hair Dyed Much Too Harshly In That One Moment Kreamer Realized That She Wasn T Fooling Anyone About Her Age And Decided It Was Time To Get Real And Embrace A Authentic Life She Set Out For Herself A Program To Let Her Hair Become Its True Color, And Along The Way Discovered Her True Self Going Gray Is Kreamer S Exploration Of That Experience, And A Frank, Warm And Funny Investigation Of Aging As A Female Obsession Through Interviews, Field Experiments, And Her Own Everywoman S Chronicle, Kreamer Probes The Issues Behind Two Of The Biggest Fears Aging Women Face Can I Be Sexually Attractive As A Gray Haired, Middle Aged Woman And Will I Be Discriminated Against In The Work World Her Answers Will Surprise You.In Searching For The Balance Between Attractiveness And Authenticity, Kreamer S Journey Of Middle Aging Illiminates In A Friendly, Useful, And Entertaining Way The Politics And Personal Costs Of This Generation S Definition Of Aging Gracefully.

[ PDF / Epub ] ✅ Going Gray  Author Anne Kreamer – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Going Gray
  • Anne Kreamer
  • English
  • 11 October 2017
  • 0316166618

    10 thoughts on “[ PDF / Epub ] ✅ Going Gray Author Anne Kreamer – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    Going Gray What I Learned About Beauty, Sex, Work, Motherhood by Anne Kreamer is an easy read on a seemingly light weight subject but one that I find intensely interesting as I suspect many women do hair The book is also concerned with aobviously serious subject, aging Although neither subject is handled in a deeply philosophical way, I found the points made fascinating and personally relevant.At 49, Anne Kreamer has had several successful careers as well as a happy marriage and a Going G...


  2. says:

    What prompted me to choose this book at the library My age, I think, and an urge to somehow discover my genuine self I do admire Anne Kreamer s bravery in making her vulnerable insecurities public in this book Still, the title is misleading Seriously, 50 percent of the book is about hair, rather than beauty, sex, work, motherhood I ...


  3. says:

    Disappointing.The author was interviewed by Margaret Throsby on ABC Classic FM earlier in the year, and it sounded like a fascinating book But the interview turned out to have been farinteresting than the book Kreamer s context is so far removed from my own she randomly ends up at dinner parties with Anna Devere Smith, for example , and as my mother pointed out to me, she s also from a distinctly different generation, one that grew up adhering to general expectations on hemlines and the Disappointing.The author was interviewed by Margaret Throsby on ABC Classic FM earlier in the year, and it sounded like a fascinating book But the interview turned out to have been farinteresting than the book Kreamer s context is so far removed from my own she randomly ends up at dinner parties with Anna Devere Smith, for example , and as my mother pointed out to me, she s also from a distinctly di...


  4. says:

    As a woman who has been going gray since high school, I m not sure what I expected from this book Validation Instead, I am reminded how silly some people are It boggles my mind that Kreamer spent enough money to send her kids to college on her HAIR This book wasn t written ...


  5. says:

    This book is a research paper covering every possible angle of graying I found it completely mind boggling that Anne had figured out that she had spent upwards of 65,000 dying her hair over the years Cost has been the biggest reason that I haven t highlighted mine for the past year and half When things got tight it was one of the first things to go But even before I read this book I was watching several people around me who are very blond colored and I decided I didn t ever want to look l This book is a research paper covering every possible angle of graying I found it completely mind boggling that Anne had figured out that she had spent upwards of 65,000 dying her hair over the years Cost has been the biggest reason that I haven t highlighted mine for the past year and half When things got tight it was one of the first things to go But even before I read this book I was watching several people around me who are very blond colored and I decided I didn t ever want to look like that It...


  6. says:

    This book was full of wisdom for middle aged women and men transitioning into their fifties When Kreamer, a former exec of Nickelodeon decides to let her hair go gray at 49, she realizes that it isn t all about the hair, but rather what gray hair represents embracing her authentic older self In the process of interviewing people from all walks of life, she discoversabout the psychological aspects of aging and vanity than ever expected It s hard to believe a book about letting you This book was full of wisdom for middle aged women and men transitioning into their fifties When Kreamer, a former exec of Nickelodeon decides to let her hair go gray at 49, she realizes that it isn t all about the hair, but rather what gray hair represents embracing her authentic older self In t...


  7. says:

    Looking at herself in a picture, standing beside her teenage daughter Ms Kreamer decided that she did not like the artificial look she had perpetuated for so many years and made the decision to stop coloring her hair She was 49 years old In this memoir about following through on that decision Ms Kreamer tells of all the avenues she explored while going gray Often funny and always insightful she takes us through the experience of gathering opinions on her new old look from friends, profe Looking at herself in a picture, standing beside her teenage daughter Ms Kreamer decided that she did not like the artificial look she had perpetuated for so many years and made the decision to stop coloring her hair She was 49 years old In this memoir about following through on that decision Ms Kreamer tells of all the avenues she explored while going gray Often funny and always insightful she takes us through the experience of gathering opinions on her new old look from friends, professional personal style consultants and family members She takes a hard look on how much time and money her hair coloring has cost he...


  8. says:

    A skimmably quick read, light as a feather I am in the process of very gradually going naturally gray and while this book was entertaining, it mostly focused on whether or not people mostly men find gray hair attractive, which is the least compelling aspect of going gray for me Towards the end, she started to wrestle with the idea of getting comfortable with aging, with acknowledging the reality of aging, and how one ...


  9. says:

    This was eveninteresting than I thought it would be It s extremely intelligently written, well researched, straightforward The author is not a crazed fanatic about going gray She does just what her subtitle indicates she tells you what she learned about different aspects of life associated with not dyeing one s hair I love it as a response to our youth ...


  10. says:

    Meh I thought this would beabout understanding our society s obsession with looking young and maybe an analysis of how society has viewed gray haired women in different time periods It kind of starts off that way Then it veers into a very odd area The author does crazy experiments like posting two pictures of herself on Match.com one with brown hair and the other with gray to measure the response rate She also tests her new gray haired look by going out to bars to pick up men I fou Meh I thought this would beabout...

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