Hand-in-hand into the golden years - Psychology Today

For some couples, retirement means reconnection, while others continue the same as always, whether good or bad. Researchers have found “part of successfully planning for retirement depends on how directly involved your partner is in your retirement planning decisions and whether or not you share the same vision for the golden years.” Some folks experience serious ups and downs but stay together. Of course, a decent chunk of retirees split up. As more adults retire, there is a renewed interest in understanding what leads to a happy and healthy retirement. Veronica M. Lamarche Ph.D. writes on how a series of studies shows how a sense of interconnectedness with a partner may influence how people anticipate and experience retirement. Read Ms. Lamarche’s article here…

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