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Erica Miller’s “Chronologically Gifted” - Free Download Tomorrow (01/08/2018)

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Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Dr. Erica Miller’s new book Chronologically Gifted: Aging with Gusto: A Practical Guide for Healthy Living to Age 123.” It will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store on January 8th.
In “Chronologically Gifted: Aging with Gusto - A Practical Guide for Healthy Living to Age 123,” Dr. Erica Miller takes the reader through the research of human life extension and more importantly, teaches us how to make that life extension more purposeful, rewarding and fun. Dr. Miller explains that age, simply for the sake of longevity, is a goal that may be fraught with health, economic, and social problems. On the other hand, longevity as a byproduct of good health and attitude, where we live biologically in a more youthful state than our chronological age, is not only a desirable goal, but something that is quite achievable.

This is a book for any and all ages. It’s a practical guide for living an energetic life that will keep you healthy, well past 100.

“Chronologically Gifted” by Dr. Erica Miller will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (01/08/2018 – 01/12/2018) at: “Chronologically Gifted” has a 5.0-star rating on Here’s what some people are saying:

“Did I tell you my mother lived to be 104? My mother-in-law is still alive. She is 94. What do these two women have in common (besides me)? My mom was a happy person. My mother-in-law is also a happy person. Dr. Miller’s book has touched me in inspiring ways… largely because I’m on the cusp of old. Love her line about FDA’s recent willingness to study anti-aging drug therapy. Until now, “… aging hasn’t been considered a disease…”

Dr. Miller agrees. Aging is not a disease. Instead, the author posits that “…aging is a way of joyfully connecting with something bigger than ourselves.”

This book is well researched, but not clinical or distant. It draws on the “ologies” — psychology, biology— and recommends specific nutritional, activity, and lifestyle challenges sprinkled with pep-talks and journaling opportunities. But it’s also very straightforward, accessible, and personal. What’s fun for me: my mom and my mother-in-law never read a book like this. They lived and are living longer on their own. For the rest of us, though, I’d recommend this book.” – Kathryn Atkins

“My favorite line in this book came quite early: ‘Living longer isn’t necessarily a good thing.’ That’s something anyone over 50 has learned, and I appreciate the honesty! At a certain point it’s quality, not necessarily quantity, and the author makes a good case for specific lifestyle strategies that might help people ENJOY living longer. Some of her tips are familiar -- about diet and exercise, for example -- but she also includes insights a lot of people just don’t think about when they’re still in their 20s. (Example: Consider the effects of moving frequently and/or moving far from your family.)
Worth checking out!” – Linda Lamb
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About the Author:
Dr. Erica Miller was born on November 10, 1933. From birth to age seven, Erica and her family lived a ‘normal’ life in Tshernovitz, which is now part of the Ukraine. In 1940 when Erica was seven, she and her family were among thousands of Jews herded into cattle cars and transported to a Nazi camp. In 1944, after four years of indescribable oppression and deprivation, Erica, her parents, and her sister were liberated by the Russians. Erica had no formal education while in the concentration camp. Her first time in school was at age 11 (or fifth grade), where she had to learn quickly how to read, write, and do arithmetic. Much to the chagrin of her classmates, she excelled at all three. By age 15, her family immigrated to Israel, where she pursued her high school diploma at night and worked during the day. She was the only one among her female peers to earn a high school degree. After high school, Erica, unlike other young girls, joined and served in the Israeli Air Force from 1954 to 1956. Being in the Air Force was a dream she was determined to realize. She stood proud and was thrilled to give herself over to defending her country. After her time in the military, she landed a prestigious job at the Israeli Government Tourist Information Office (1956- 1958). Next, fate and opportunity took her life’s journey to Los Angeles, California, where she attended the
University of Judaism (now American Jewish University) to pursue a degree in teaching Hebrew. There she met her future husband, Jerry Miller. They built a nest and filled it with two children. In 1970, Erica went back to school where she graduated with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Shortly afterwards, by making good use of her drive and her husband’s marketing skills, they opened a chain of mental health clinics throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. In addition, they ran California Diversion Intervention Foundation, a non-profit organization. Currently, Dr. Miller oversees her family’s real estate management company in Austin, Texas and she just authored her third book which will be published in the fall of 2017. Dr. Erica’s passion for life fuels her endless drive to achieve, which is just one of the five topics on her public speaking agenda that she shares at engagements around the country.

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