After settling into retirement, have you found yourself asking, Is that all there is? Even though retirement is one of life's most psychologically stressful milestones, retirement advice usually focuses on finances, rather than feelings. In The Retiring Mind, Robert P. Delamontagne leads prospective and recent retirees on a journey of psychological, emotional, and spiritual growth to help them cope with the challenges of this difficult transition.Delamontagne walks readers through a series of self-analytical processes designed to identify their personality types, and offers suggestions, tailored to each type, on how to resolve adjustment problems. Instead of racing out to buy a beach house or a Porsche, readers will learn the necessary steps to successfully transition into retirement and finally live the good life.
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Retirement can often require an unexpected psychological adjustment. This is particularly true for those who were dedicated to their careers. Dr. Robert Delamontagne walks readers through a series of self-analytical processes designed to identify their personality types, and offers suggestions, tailored to each type, on how to manage this important transition. Readers gain new and valuable insights for successfully managing this new stage of life.About the Author:
Robert P. Delamontagne is founder and retired chairman of EduNeering, Inc. (now UL), and obtained a PhD from Georgia State University. His personal journey and struggle with retirement provided the inspiration for The Retiring Mind. He currently lives in New Hope, Pennsylvania and Marco Island, Florida with his wife, Sherrilyn.
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Book Description Synergy Books, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110982314094
Book Description Synergy Books. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0982314094 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0555841