Retirement Transition

After working for most of your life, the idea of retirement may come across as rather unsettling. Many retirees are unsure of what to do with their new free time, and some may feel that they’ve lost their sense of purpose and identity. Furthermore, the spouse of a retiree might have difficulty readjusting their schedule now that their partner is at home instead of at a job. However, whatever your perspective is regarding retirement, as a certified life coach, I can coach you or your partner on how to handle this delicate situation.

It’s important to remember that retirement is always a transition—even for those that are excited about leaving fulltime employment behind, there are still challenges and tasks to assess and deal with. Therefore, it’s vital that you do your best to make the most of the opportunities that lie before you, and I can help you make your golden years a truly golden experience.

Whether you’re anxious about what to do after retirement, you’re concerned about retiring later in life or you’re unsure how to spend time with your family in a productive manner after retirement, I can coach you on how to approach your concerns and take care of each one appropriately. I will guide you on resources you should consult to educate yourself, on the steps you should take regarding communication with your loved ones and also on how to build on past successes. As a retirement life coach, I can help you make the process of retiring a sincerely enjoyable one.