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It never ceases to amaze me how one persons words, the exact words you need to hear, can change your life! That's why I welcome all the posts and retiree feedback on my site -- I can't possibly have answers for what everyone needs to hear.
As a Community, we have many different retirement/aging experiences and thoughts to share.
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My son is an alcoholic. He is separated from his wife and lives with me. I am very sad, not depressed, and I have anxiety because he is living with me.
Even though the invention of the cell phone, Facebook and the internet are wonderful at times. I really miss hearing someone's actual voice. Most of
When it's COLD I stay in and talk to friends by ☎. I read, watch TV, and study Spanish, work digital crosswords and tend my birds and cats. When necessary
Yah, now we are sixty plus. We are not oldies, we are all in our prime time. It is our quest at our age to smash this prime time. This little old writer
Last week, both Terry and I were sick with the flu. We had major headaches and body aches, coughs, stuffy noses, fatigue, no appetite, and more. It sounds
In February of this year I stopped by my local Senior Center to do my taxes, felt good vibrations and joined The Auburn Senior Center, a group of upbeat,
Hello I retired 9 yrs ago, age 60, from 30 yrs of work. I was not prepared for retirement as retired in the winter. I went into depression, crying and
As we wrap up this year of 2022, I think we all reflect on what has occurred in our lives, the so called good, the bad, the ugly, for better or worse the
Since I retired one of my duties is to care for our pets. Below are some instructions to help give a cat a pill. Our cat recently had a UTI and I found
Like many other retirees I have encountered on this wonderful site, my Number One Bucket List item was to write a book. Well, almost nine years later here
After 40 years as a minister/church pastor, I retired at 65. My wife of 44 years died one year prior. But I remarried a wonderful woman who literally
I am a retired nurse and lost my husband 2 years ago... We were best friends and did everything together. Have little family far away and few friends.
It seems like just yesterday. I awoke and decided, It is time for me to retire! My path ahead changed. I had been looking after a geriatric. His end
Mom was hospitalized one week ago, Sunday to Wednesday, and is back at Assisted Living. I've never seen Emergency so packed with people waiting to get
Before one retires, one might consider the satisfying options one will have if he or she retires. One might have a skill that one can use in part-time