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ISBN:
1419695134
Author:
Beverly Battaglia
Category:
Happiness
Language:
English
Publisher:
BookSurge Publishing (August 12, 2008)
Pages:
384 pages
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1547 kb
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1430 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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548


Changing Lanes is the first Retirement book I read that clearly answers a lot of my questions and addresses many of my concerns as a new semi retiree. Changing Lanes presents many different scenarios for common situations that newly retired couples and individuals face.

Changing Lanes is the first Retirement book I read that clearly answers a lot of my questions and addresses many of my concerns as a new semi retiree. This book also brought out different things to think about that never occurred to me before I retired.

In Changing Lanes: Couples Redefining Retirement, psychologist and social scientist Beverly A. Battaglia gives us a compelling and highly useful map that guides couples who are contemplating, actively pursuing. Battaglia gives us a compelling and highly useful map that guides couples who are contemplating, actively pursuing, or living in retirement.

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Battaglia's founder, Giuseppe Battaglia, was the first person to bring the Made in Italy concept to America, followed by Aldo Gucci. He began his fashion career as a tie salesman, slowly building his client roster before becoming a full-fledged brand. A proud believer in quality luxury goods, Giuseppe Battaglia went on to expand his repertoire and provide his customers the finest quality jackets, suits, knitwear, leather goods, and the like for many years.

In Changing Lanes: Couples Redefining Retirement, psychologist and social scientist Beverly A. Battaglia gives us a compelling and highly useful map that guides couples who are contemplating, actively pursuing, or living in retirement. Drawing from interviews with one hundred seniors of all ages, Dr. Battaglia explores with frankness and sensitivity the issues facing Boomers and the elderly. Using a creative construct of Benefits-Drawbacks-Compromises for a variety of retirement concerns, the reader is given the opportunity to weigh choices and make decisions based on logic, solid reasoning, and emotional need. From making stronger marital and familial relationships to facing health issues, from creating a supportive community to being knowledgeable about care giving, financial, and end-of-life issues, this book is an essential guide for anyone negotiating the unknown and often frightening road to retirement.
  • Gathris
Changing Lanes is the first Retirement book I read that clearly answers a lot of my questions and addresses many of my concerns as a new semi retiree. Changing Lanes presents many different scenarios for common situations that newly retired couples and individuals face. This book also brought out different things to think about that never occurred to me before I retired. It is well written with different real life comments form retirees that give further insight for common concerns and situations.
I highly recommend this book to people who are a year or two out from retiring as well as newly retired. It is the first retirement book I read that actually talks about how it is alright to try different avenues of retirement whether it be where you live or work seasonal or part time jobs. It also encourages you to enjoy a new hobby or sport or to pursue that interest you never had time for.
This is a well written book that will answer many of a retirees questions and it gives a lot of encouragement to plan and enjoy your retirement.
  • Perdana
It
s a great book for couples planning on retirement.
  • Windbearer
This book reminds me of Gail Sheey"s Passages from the 1970's that guided me through a mid- life crisis. Now after some years in retirement we find ourselves needing another roadmap of sorts. No one educates us more realistically about those "Golden Years" than Dr. B with her wit, wisdom and candor. Specific examples bring the reality to our kitchen tables and bedrooms as we all wrestle with the changes aging and retirement bring. Afraid to speak out we remain closeted with our fears and failings but quickly begin to feel relief as we read . We are not alone and Dr. Bev helps us garner the suport and resources required to get through this passage. Kudoos to her and her wonderful vignettes. They make it all so real! We loved the questions at the end of each chapter- a real workbook for couples to help enrich this passage! I'm sending copies to all my life-long friends who face these same challenges. We live in a retirement community in Georgetown, TX and everyone here can't wait to read this timely book. What a gift she has given us!
  • FreandlyMan
Although I retired 10 years ago I found this book very interesting and still helpful even at this later date. If I had come upon it sooner I would have gleaned much advice that would have smoothed away many rough edges in this transition of retirement and in my case moving out of the area in which I had lived since marriage. And from the perspective of "already done that" there were still issues that keep recurring that were discussed and I still enjoyed reading about. I would encourage anyone of retirement age to read this book. It is an easy read, well organized, and entertaining.
  • Duktilar
I am a retired therapist. Beverly's book helped me a lot. I uprooted myself and jumped into a pond 500 miles from family and friends. Wow! It has opened windows of opportunity for me at every level but I must say, my discovery of this little gem has been timely. The author has given me a wonderful lens to use to put it all in perspective...and now, I also have a useful framework for organizing future planning.
The driving metaphor is wonderfully developed and applied here. It resonates and underscores important processes.
  • Drelalen
I have known the author for more than ten years. i had the privelege of serving as her Doctoral Mentor while she was attending The Fielding Graduate University. I was impressed with the qualiy of her Dissertation Research and the clarity of her expressions as she writes. I am equally impressed with the thoroughness of her research on this valuable topic and the very practical counsel she offers. A real strength of the book are the voices of countless others who were her research "subjects". The use of stories always serve to bring out the flavor of the message. This is a book that anyone who is approaching retirement or who, like me, are deeply into retirment can benefit from. She has also provided some very good resources for those who want to explore any topic in her book more thoroughly. As I read the book, it was like sitting in her living room and having a pleasant conversation around a topic of immense importance. Those who happen to get the book will not be disappointed. Dr. Leo F. Johnson, Faculty Emeritus, Fielding Graduate University
  • Varshav
"Books that are at once full of practical information and a pleasure to read are all-too-uncommon in today's age of "self-help" and instant "solutions." Beverly Battaglia's book is one of these rare exceptions. Well thought-out and organized for easy access, Changing Lanes moves from the larger context of understanding and coping with the change in general to detailed charts of the benefits and drawbacks of making various choices. The book even goes so far as to succinctly list the symptoms of life-threatening illnesses that warrant a call to 911. Dr. Battaglia's book is an invaluable tool for living retirement with pleasure, ease, and, productivity."
Sondra Thiederman
When I retired three years ago, the majority of my pre-retirement planning involved only finances. But after I retired I realized that there was so much more that one needs to address along the way. My wife, herself a psychotherapist, highly recommended this book to me and even though I've read the book, I still reread parts of it as a means of reference in my everyday life. The book is easy to read and the exercises and resources provided make the book a valued document. I have given this book as a gift to friends of mine pondering retirement as well.