Do you truly want to look younger, feel amazing, and live longer?
Because we flat-out promise that you will — both faster and more so than you can even imagine.
However, it helps if you’re the independent and open-minded type, because we’re starting a revolution, and chances are you’ve never before encountered what you are about to hear.
Plus, it helps if you have the strength to silence any negativity that tries to pull you away from this page and deny you the feelings of desirability, confidence, hope, and happiness that should be yours — because negativity certainly will try.
So are you in?
Then let’s start with that controversial word in our name…
Some people still believe “anti-aging” means being against getting older. It does not.
Here at The Art of Anti-Aging, we hereby change it to mean you refuse to accept the widespread and destructive aging myths that make those in their late 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond — especially women — feel undesirable, “not good enough,” and done with the best years of life.
On that note, here are two eye-opening truths. Once you are really aware of them, you can make powerful changes that will change your life:
We live in a youth-obsessed culture that shoves people — especially women — between a rock and a hard place, setting impossible expectations on the one hand while pushing you to accept some extremely destructive myths about getting older on the other.
This creates a seriously twisted bias against getting older, where the gold standard of life is portrayed as somewhere in the 20s, while hitting your 40s and beyond is portrayed as a downward spiral into increasing insignificance, ugliness, and misery.
Ironically and disturbingly, these ugly aging myths are actually causing people to look and feel 7 to 15 older than they should, and to die 10 to 20 years earlier than they should, as you’re about to see.
So what are the aging myths?
See if you are familiar with any of these…
Starting in your late 30s and downhill fast from there, your skin must sag, wrinkle, and get age spots. If you’re overweight, forget it, you’re too old to lose the pounds. You must struggle to try to look 23 again instead of the healthiest version of your age, and when you inevitably fail, you should just give up, accept feeling unwanted and unattractive, and go eat prunes.
You’re doomed to increasing low energy, feeling tired all the time, weakness, forgetfulness, and brain fog, even as the volume of your life responsibilities escalates. You should just accept the stress and struggle of feeling incapable and overwhelmed, and await the inevitable cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart attack, or stroke to completely do you in.
If you haven’t achieved what you want in life by now and don’t love where you’re at right now, time’s up! Ambition, creativity, and productivity only go downhill from here, so just accept that where you’re at is where you’re going to be. Go have a drink or three to forget it for a while.
Pop whatever drugs you want, but pain and stiffness still will increasingly stop you from doing what you love. Meanwhile, stress, depression, and crabbiness will increasingly drag you down, and make you a drag to be around.
In your 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond no one’s going to admire you, desire you, respect you, or really even notice you. You’re doomed to loneliness and insignificance, and your best days are behind you.
These myths are absurd when you see them spelled out like this, right?
These aging myths are so widespread and so unchallenged that they’re largely accepted as fact, just like all those ugly and demeaning myths about women once were in our culture.
This creates a dysfunctional fear of aging and a serious bias against those getting older — especially women — that almost no one talks about. Until now.
Even worse, so many people in their late 30s and beyond today subconsciously accept these ugly myths of aging as if they’re actually true, and they become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
So many people today DO look and feel 7 to 15 years older than they should…
So many feel shame, sadness, and anger about getting older, and even view themselves with disgust…
So many even die 10 to 20 years sooner than they should…
…Precisely because they feel stuck between that rock and hard place and subconsciously accept those ugly aging lies as truth.
To put it bluntly, if you’ve ever looked in the mirror and wondered why you look and feel “so old,” here’s the #1 reason why: A part of you has accepted the lie stating that’s how you’re supposed to look and feel at your age.
What we allow into our heads becomes who we are.
Please do NOT blame yourself, though. Because again, the youth-obsession, the aging bias, and the aging myths are so widespread today that it’s very hard not to be manipulated by them, and nearly everyone in their late 30s and beyond is.
The great news is, though, is that because you’re aware of them, you can break their hold on you. Starting right now.
Freeing yourself from their self-defeating mindset is the first true and giant step toward looking and feeling far younger.
The goal is not to struggle to try to look like a twenty-something again. That is dysfunctional and demeaning, and no age is in any way, shape, or form better than your age right now.
The goal is to look and feel younger in the sense of becoming the healthiest possible version of your age — and that’s beautiful, noble, and, as you’re going to discover, very do-able.
Our mission and purpose at The Art of Anti-Aging is to:
#1: Provide you only the proven most effective steps to look and feel as young as you should, and to live long and well, according to real research and a range of the world’s top experts. These are the most powerful non-drug, non-surgery, natural steps that you can do yourself to overcome and avoid:
#2. Help you eliminate those self-defeating and FALSE feelings of being undesirable, incapable, invisible, stuck, and doomed to stress, suffering, and loneliness — especially for women who bear the brunt of it, though it impacts many men, too.
#3. Bust those ugly myths about getting older and the aging bias once and for all.
These are the three cornerstones to The Art of Anti-Aging.
If our mission feels important and useful to you personally — and necessary in our youth-obsessed world — then join us, because we can’t do this without you!
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