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Retirement Life Matters

Retirement Life Matters


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Retirement Life Matters informs retirement-age baby boomers with help about life after 50. Featuring guests and info about health, relationships, finances

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Guest John Robinson is a clinical psychologist, interfaith minister, and author of six books on the psychological and spiritual challenges of life's second half. John will share his journey of personal and spiritual growth and what he has... more

Jerri Barrett left a successful job in a tech company to become the vice president of marketing for the nonprofit Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology. As baby boomers retire from the corporate world, many want to make a... more

Pamela Hirsch retired from her national educational prep company and ended up starting a nonprofit for people struggling with the cost of infertility treatments. Learn about Pam's transition through retirement and the inside scoop about... more

Louis J. Castriota, Jr. knows what passion is all about. In 1997, he and his wife Laurie wanted to merge their love of animals and children into a therapeutic riding center. Ironically, Louis stayed in his corporate job as the seed for their nonprofit... more

Hypnotherapist Mariah Sinclair from HypnoHeals.com will discuss IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), what it is and how hypnotherapy can offer an easy and Inexpensive treatment. Visit retirementlifematters.com to learn more.

Guest KT LaSalla shares the importance of movement in healthy aging. Not only good for you, KT has created Aerobic Dance that is fun as well as healthy. Aerobic Dance combines choreography, aerobics and fun music that anyone at... more

An Aging in Community advocate and consultant committed to promoting Women For Living In Community in multigenerational and nongender community models and settings. MARIANNE KILKENNY is a consultant, facilitator, and... more

Stress is a fact of life. Some stress is beneficial, but too much can be harmful. Much of the excess stress that people experience isn't due to a situation, but how they interpret it. Changing what a person tells themselves about the... more

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