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Retirement & Beyond

couple-in-sessionIt's official, you've retired and your first pension payment is in your account. You no longer have to get up and rush off to work; your time is your own, or is it?

Retirement is a life-changing experience; there is a lot of adjustment for you to make right now - especially if you have a spouse or partner. Suddenly you find yourself standing in the kitchen at 9 a.m. looking at someone who looks like a stranger.

When you decided to get together all those years ago, you never expected to be alone at either end of the breakfast table with no job to go to. Now you have the time and probably the money to go places you always wanted BUT one of you has arthritis or you can't get travel insurance OR you don't just have the energy!

Retirement can be fun but you may need help to maximise its potential.

  • Create a "things to do before I die" wish-list with your spouse or partner
  • Take time to plan trips together or if you are alone, join a like-minded group
  • Structure each day with 'to do' lists
  • Make sure you allow your spouse or partner space – they are not used to being around you every day of the week – or you, them! "I married you for life but not for lunch!"
  • If your relationship is not as strong as you would like it to be, then seek help from The Love and Relationship expert

Above all, enjoy this special time in your life and think about how you can give pleasure to others.

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She Will Help You to:

 

bullet-point  Find new interests & meet new people   Create your "bucket list"
bullet-point  Look for new opportunities bullet-point  Maintain a healthy lifestyle
love and relationship expert bullet point  Manage the reality of being alone   Use your skills to give something back to society

 

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My husband gave up work and took early retirement at 50 years old. I had my life organised and all of a sudden he came into mine and I wasn't happy about this. I insisted that we go to see Carole and even though my husband was unsure to start off with, he did in the end agree. She was great. He is a new man. He has a new part time job, has joined a new history of art course and we now plan other things to do together. Carole says it is a time of adjustment and she is right and we have adjusted – thanks to her.

Mary. London

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