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Changing Lanes: Couples Redefining Retirement

by Beverly Battaglia

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"Despite the American retirement-age population growing exponentially, the subject of couples preparing for and living in retirement has been inadequately explored. While there are articles and books about financial planning and senior health care, there exist almost no guides to maintaining productive and healthy relationships as we age. Changing lanes: couples redefining retirement is psychologist and social scientist Beverly Battaglia's gift to an aging American population. In her compelling, often humorous, and highly valuable guide, the subject of retirement is explored as never before. Battaglia uses interviews with a hundred aging men and women to build sections about maintaining our independence, protecting our emotional, spiritual, and physical health, and making wise and informed financial decisions. And yes, even guiding us through the stressful realities of extended care and death. This book is a boon for anyone seeking advice, support, education, and creative approaches to a successful and satisfying retirement"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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