Hi Ladies! My name is Robin. I pray you are well and will find this website to be a resource of even greater wellness . Aging certainly has its challenges, but I know one of the best ways to meet those challenges is to talk about them and face them together.
I am a 61 year old grandmother and a recently retired letter carrier with the USPS. I retired September 2, 2016, and that certainly added to my challenges! However, I CHOSE the challenges. I chose them over delivering mail in another New England winter, and I haven’t regretted it for a minute.
I recently received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology – Life Coaching in 2015 (Yes, I received my degree when I was nearing 59 years old). I decided that coaching women over 50 is where my heart lies. I now have 10 years of experience, and hopefully I’ll add a few more!
I lost my Mom four years ago to dementia related issues, smoking issues, will-to-live issues and general aging issues. I realized that an aging woman has choices to make. It’s up to her how she will spend her years, even if things happen that are out of her control. I miss my Mom. I learned so much from her. Her humor, wittiness, ability to tell it like it is… She lived out her life the way she wanted; and even though her decisions pained me in some ways, I would love the chance to hug her once again, laugh with her once again. Sometimes, for whatever reason, we do not make the choices that deep down we really would like to make… choices that we know would improve our quality of life and the lives of those around us.
A Life Coach may be able to help in these situations. Sometimes we just need someone to ask the right questions to help us get past the obstacles that hinder us from living the life we really desire.
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Robin – Congratulations on your retirement today from the US Postal Service. The world awaits you to show us all that women over 50 beyond thrive! Blessings to you are you pursue your passions!
Gloria!!! Hi and thank you so much. I’ve been just a wee bit sidetracked, but I think I’ve got a grip now. How are you? Are things working out in Dover yet? It certainly sounded as if you would thrive there, and I hope you’re close. Miss you!
this is great and we all need each other for sure. thanks for offering this up.
Thanks for stopping by Robin! Sharing, laughing, forgiving…. simple things enrich our lives. I think we learn this in a big way during these years. Enjoy your summer!