By Derek Milne
The Psychology of Retirement is the 1st self-help advisor to retirement in response to hugely confirmed mental coping thoughts.
- Provides the main finished and coherent account of the demanding situations of retirement and the linked getting older process
- Represents the fruits of over 30 years of medical, instructing and examine involvement broadly speaking concerns mentioned inside this book
- Draws systematically on utilized clinical theories, authorised specialist circles, that are interpreted and communicated by means of an utilized scientist
- A positive emphasis establishes the very best coping thoughts and perspectives
Chapter 1 The Surprises of Retirement (pages 1–27):
Chapter 2 figuring out Retirement (pages 29–53):
Chapter three Reframing Retirement (pages 55–77):
Chapter four referring to in Retirement (pages 79–97):
Chapter five helping Retirement (pages 99–117):
Chapter 6 studying from existence (pages 119–138):
Chapter 7 studying for all times (pages 139–157):
Chapter eight Conclusions (pages 159–175):
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Another common way that things can go wrong with this process is that coping becomes inappropriate or “maladaptive,” leading to harmful psychological and/or physical conditions. To illustrate, the notion of a “country of old men” is used to refer to older adults who cope by withdrawing from social interaction and who are focused inwardly, and who are passive rather than active in their attempts to manage stressful life events. g. through alcohol use or substance misuse). While these can provide short-term respite, such coping strategies are maladaptive, as they are unlikely to result in thriving, wellbeing or personal fulﬁllment.
Whatever the cause, loneliness is associated with mental health problems and psychological pain: numerous studies have documented the link between loneliness and depression, especially for older women. Other research indicates associations with elevated blood pressure, alcohol abuse, dietary problems, obesity, smoking, personality disturbances, faster aging, physiological decline, and suicide. This makes it vital that we employ adaptive, effective 42 The Psychology of Retirement coping strategies to prevent or relieve our loneliness.
Making them more stable and caring), increasing expressions of gratitude, and engaging in personally humbling activities. At the same time, we can weaken interest in the causes (which they attribute to such causes as materialism, parenting, the media, cosmetic surgery, social networking on the Internet, antisocial behavior, and a culture that positively encourages entitlement). To clarify how these different parts of our make-up combine, consider how an event like redundancy may tap into a personality issue related to feeling defective or second-rate, something that has bubbled around our life since school days, and has led into maladaptive coping.