At last - a retirement guide that deals with more than just the financial aspects of life after work.
Many people live for their retirement but many others dread it. For the latter it is a time beset with depression, fear, anxiety and a sense of futility. There is no doubt that it can present an enormously stressful turning point in people's lives. However with some practical preparation we can reduce that stress and turn our retirement into the time of opportunity we all really hope it will be.
'The Beginner's Guide to Retirement' exposes the numerous myths that surround this time of our lives and explains why so many people are unprepared for it. It examines the many important areas of life usually overlooked when planning retirement, providing advice on relationships with partners and family, skills in conflict resolution, dealing with issues such as loss, and most importantly, living a full and happy life in retirement. The final chapter deals with one of the most powerful factors influencing retirement-based anxiety, that of maintaining financial stability and maximising existing financial circumstances.
The step-by-step authoritative information is universal in its nature, including the final chapter on finance which is specially written to provide guidelines which are effective in any country. This book offers invaluable survival tools to cope with this life change and helps us take control of the rest of our lives.
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