John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, the author of seven books on the interface of psychology and spirituality, and last but not least, an aging Boomer with grown children and a gaggle of grandchildren. His professional work specialized in midlife, men’s issues, the integration of psychotherapy and spirituality, the nature of first-hand mystical experience, the psychology and spirituality of aging, and the archetypal revelations of myth and fairytale. A full time writer now, his recent works include a memoir/narrative on the transformation potential of aging (The Three Secrets of Aging), a collection of fairy tales (Bedtime Stories for Elders: What Fairy Tales Can Teach Us About the New Aging), and a work on a new myth for aging men (What Aging Men Want: Homer’s Odyssey as a Parable of Male Aging). www.johnrobinson.org.