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Well look irresponsible -- spend a lot of time planning your financial future your financial security and retirement.
We just talked about it in our last segment with Charles Schwab but what about.
Emotional security psychologists are now saying we need to spend as much time planning what we're doing going to do in our golden years as we spent -- how much will -- how much money.
Here to help.
Doctor -- snarling at a psychologist great to hear yet have you here really appreciate your coming and pension I want to start with this idea because I think this is a pressure cooker for families right now.
Lot of people had to extend their retirement deadline maybe they plan to retire at 65.
Maybe it's seventy and they can't do -- they're continuing in the workplace.
How do you deal with that feeling.
I gotta keep -- get a keep going every single day what do you do well -- Of all the emotional -- and the emotional and needs psychological.
End it all of the all of the turmoil of the last ten years.
-- -- in very very hard to absorb -- so many people that have lost a lot of money strip and so many people that have to continue working because of the economic turmoil.
So they're not alone and I understand how painful it is to have your dreams squashed.
But there are other teams that come with it and it's not such a bad reality to use that as a transition every time.
To your future retirement where you have -- what I back to a real retirement.
And may not in the time that you're not working -- a part time job.
Used that time to develop a passion to develop a hobby in which you can do something that you had dreamed up so that you balance the idea that the -- That the economic necessities mean that you have to work.
With the idea following your dreams so it's not totally -- now.
Well let me share this with you because people I -- who do retire the old fashioned way which is to say they don't work anymore and they often find it very frustrating to -- what are the big pressure cookers as the marriage.
Yes people have to prepare for a marriage that is that had to retirement in it as well as they have to put.
It's too late hours and how it's twice I don't -- -- -- -- different doesn't have to help clients in the bank -- well.
So you have to prepare for that idea -- that though I mean what how do you change what you're doing day to day minute to minute because suddenly you're together.
All the time -- you know every day 24 hours -- you have to be -- very respectful.
Of your partner.
And that means that you have to have quality discussions.
Said that you actually talk about how it's going to be it's another aspect of preparation and planning.
So those things have to do have to be taken into consideration.
Another way to all you both develop new hobbies together perhaps you enjoy going to a movie club -- going to museums -- traveling.
Think about what you like to do together that makes you have something to look forward to what other emotional planning to I need to do.
You have to feel it is that you're doing something important.
You have to have a passion where the -- be in volunteering at reinventing yourself.
Making model airplanes what -- you decide.
You have to have a -- -- -- keeps you going makes you feel important.
And you have to keep up your social connections.
Very often when your work.
-- natural Billiton social -- do easy to do and when you're not when you retired.
All of that becomes very lonely and very and they can't you can't you can't live that way you -- -- -- -- air around.
Doctors -- thanks for coming on tonight great to see you thank you very much.
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