Making a move in retirement is never easy, because we all tend to have emotional attachments and sweet memories of the places where we’ve spent so many years of our lives.But whatever you decide, know that there are more options than ever before to make a good life in retirement. (Some retirement communities also offer houses, duplexes or other living arrangements – there are many options depending on your preferences.) Save time on chores: Living in a retirement village will likely save you a lot of time on yard care, cleaning and home maintenance – leaving you more time to explore your other interests and hobbies.
Doesn’t “feel” right: If you’re still feeling healthy and active, it might just not feel “right” to you to move to a retirement village.
So instead of clinging to the idea of being with that person, she cultivates the quality in her.
When I applied the advice to myself, I realized that for the relationships that did not last, my attraction was an expression of my loneliness.
I came to recover from burn out, and what I found was not only wisdom and practice around how to be present with life, but also wisdom on love.
While the nuns must abstain from any kind of romantic or sexual activities, they shared heartfelt and grounded advice about dating and romantic relationships.