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Greetings. While I am sorry to hear of the anxiety and depression that others have experienced, it's good to know that I am not alone. After an active
I was a minority shareholder and COO in a small private company. Our market had been very volitale over the past 4 years and we had accumulated a substantial
I have lived alone for a whole year for the first time in over fifty years! I have raised five children and three grandchildren, but all the while, I
I'm sort of surprised to read a lot of these comments, and saddened that so many people seem to be at such a loss during retirement. I retire next year.
I didn't know that I would have to work at being retired. I was kind of relieved to know that other people have to work on themselves when they retire.
Each one of us receive a precious priceless gift of life, and this is the great gift of perfect love. The older we get, the younger this perfect love
I've been retired for sometime now and mainly love it. But it's the lonliness which is now getting to me. All my real old friends have died. I really
I have taught since 1976. I turned 61 in December and retired. At first, I felt like I had the freedom I have always dreamed of. I guess it's too much
I had a thriving home inspection business. I also owned an inspection training school. Life was was good up until I was rear ended waiting for the traffic
I retired by choice one year ago. When people asked me how I felt I would say that I was so busy, not enough hours in a day! Now I find myself looking
I retired a year and a half ago. My wife didn’t. She is two years younger and seems actually to like work, or perhaps needs it to stay busy. I didn’t
1.No commuting 2.No alarm clock 6am 3.Older than my all my clients 4. STRESS 5. All my friends need help 6. My own routine 7.Volunteer 8.
Retired after 35 years as a Correctional Officer, in the Canadian prison system. 56 years old. I had absolutely no hesitation in retiring from such a dreadful,
I shall be retiring next year (2016) and don't have a worthy clue what to do post-retirement or how I would respond to the stateless state... Well meaning
I was out of work on 12-28-13 from a grocery chain which went out of business. Was only 3 months from a pension, so I just retired at 60 and drew a pension.