THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RETIREMENT describes how retirees can cope successfully with "retirement stress." Retirees will learn how to self-assess and lower their retirement stress levels. Retirees will also learn how to avoid the psychological pitfalls that almost always lead to an unhappy retirement. Finally, this self-help book examines how retirement stress can adversely impact an entire family. This is one of the few self-help resources that focuses exclusively on the psychology of retirement. (Note: This Premier Edition includes the self-scoring "Retirement Stress Inventory.")
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This is one of the few self-help books for retirees and their families that focuses exclusively on the psychology of retirement. Unfortunately, most of the pre-existing books on retirement are limited to the financial pressures of retirement. Retirees who read THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RETIREMENT will learn specific strategies for self-assessing and lowering a wide variety of retirement stress factors. This self-help book also explores how retirement stress can adversely impact an entire family system. The coping skills described in this self-help book should prove beneficial to pre-retirees and retirees alike. Enjoy!About the Author:
This is the second volume in "The Everyday Psychology Series" of self-help books. Anonymous psychologists who specialize in the topic of concern will write each volume in this series. The Everyday Psychologist who anonymously authored this self-help book is a state licensed, Ph.D.-level professional. This author is an applied psychologist with training and certifications in the fields of clinical counseling, medical psychotherapy, and industrial psychology. This author has served as both an individual and group psychotherapist, specializing in the treatment of stress disorders and various problems in living (e.g., addiction, marital distress, job dissatisfaction, etc.). This psychologist first became exposed to the field of retirement psychology when he/she presented preretirement psychoeducational programs to executives and their families. This authored observed firsthand how retirees and their families could achieve a high-level positive retirement by learning how to cope with retirement stress.
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Book Description BPRI Press, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110966841727