I cannot count how many times I have heard, “The golden years aren’t so golden.” I wish I could say that isn’t true, but I know that growing older can be complicated and unfortunately cumbersome.
There are often many big decisions to make and facing the loss of independence can be a painstaking process. Planning for all the possibilities can be daunting, especially when the prices continue to raise and retirement incomes often do not.
There are a lot of things to consider and different events that can really throw a wrench in the plans. Maybe:
You need longtermplanning support, help to develop a plan that will meet your needs
You have unexpectedly becomeacaregiver or are in need of care-giving yourself
The quality of your life is not where you want it to be
There are other family members who want you to make decisions you do not feel ready for
You are trying to learn to cope with loss or facing your own mortality
Whatever situation you are facing, you do not have to face it alone. Often times we are taught seeking help is a sign of weakness or we have our own beliefs that can get in the way.
But if you are reading this, chances are you are feeling like support might be helpful or necessary. I would be honored to support you and your family.
It may also be helpful to view my page on chronic illness. There you will find more information about my expertise.
I have a page on legacy projects as well, which is a special project I offer that I am very passionate about. Some people find engaging in legacy work offers a renewed sense of purpose.
The best way to connect with me for an initial consultation is to call. It's free and it will give us each the opportunity to learn more about each other, allowing us to make an informed choice about working together. I look forward to your call. Email is not secure and I discourage it for that reason.
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