Make time to examine your personal relationships

Families come in all shapes, sizes and configurations these days. Traditional/non-traditional, nuclear/extended, close/out-of-touch. For many of us, retirement is a time to examine those relationships and try to make them better. Sometimes, that means moving closer to the ones we love. Other times, it means mending fences through counseling, mediation or simply getting together more often to reconnect. Here’s a great article containing four important questions pre-retirees should ask themselves about the important relationships in their lives. The article is geared toward people in the ministry but the questions, if answered honestly, can help anyone make retirement more meaningful and fulfilling.

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