This audio publication of a 2000 print book is still relevant today. An uplifting work, it explains how and why consistent human contact is important to good health. It's full of concise research summaries and moving anecdotes about those with social lifestyles associated with premature death--people without partners, folks who are widowed, people who don't connect with others because of learning disabilities or other disadvantages. Narrator and former Methodist minister Charles Henderson Norman reads in a pleasantly steely voice that is reminiscent of early radio news broadcasters. His vocal security and connection with the author's humanitarian intentions make him a wonderful choice to narrate. His audible kindness clearly reflects the somewhat old-fashioned but still timely sentiments embodied by this author's moving writing. T.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2021]
Digital Download Bancroft Press 2015
DD ISBN $24.95
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