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message 1: by Tracy (new)

Tracy Ruckman (tracy_ruckman) | 49 comments Mod
Do you seek out books when you are dealing with the unknown?

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SparksofEmber | 13 comments I do. I'm a heavy researcher. So for the past six months I've been reading every book I could get my hands on about Special Education and Dyslexia. And now I'm working on Slow-processing speed and ADHD-Inattentive type.

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Cynthia (cynthiattoney) | 29 comments Mod
I'd heard retirement for a couple would be challenging. It is, particularly when one person is a writer and therefore still working. How do we give each other privacy and respect each other's interests? How much time should we spend together doing things we both enjoy? When someone is tired, worried, or feeling ill, it's more important to communicate because you're together 24/7. What if one person is prayerful and the other not? What are the guidelines for a happy coexistence in retirement? I have not searched for books addressing such issues.

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