How to do it from Certified Transition and Relationship expert Marianne Oehser
-Account for your thinking style
-Your social support network
-How do you adapt to change?
-What self-truths will serve you best Share with us how you are being resilient.
MARIANNE OEHSERL RetireandBeHappy.com
Marianne Oehser is a Retirement and Relationship Specialist, Coach, Educator, Author and Speaker. She focuses on assisting people find happiness in the post-career phase of their lives. She also assists singles and couple build and maintain healthy and fulfilling relationships. For many of us, having a solid relationship is a big part of having a happy retirement. She is the author of Your Happiness Portfolio for Retirement: It’s Not About the Money! We also offer seminars, workshops, and private coaching. The material and insights she uses are based on her study of adult transitions, especially retirement, how they impact our happiness and our relationships, and how to successfully navigate through the big ones. Her insights are also based on her own life’s experiences. Marianne retired from senior corporate positions – twice. She was divorced in her 50’s during her first retirement and now has been happily married for 15 years. Through those experiences she learned valuable lessons about what does and does not work as you transition out of the career phase of your life and in a relationship especially during important life changes. She started her coaching career as a Relationship Coach in Naples FL. Many of the couples who came to work with her had retired in the past five years. It was very clear that all of the changes in retirement had put a real strain on their relationship. That is what motivated her to add Retirement Coaching to her business. Marianne received her retirement coaching certification from Retirement Options and her relationship coaching certification from Relationship Coaching Institute. She holds a Masters of Management from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management in Chicago. Retire and Be Happy is a subsidiary of Between Two Hearts, LLC. \