Today we are joined by Dr. David Woodsfellow, a clinical psychologist, to discuss the keys to maintaining a healthy marriage in retirement. Dr. Woodsfellow is the real deal – Harvard, UC Santa Barbara, and UCLA educated – and runs the Woodsfellow Institute for Couples in Atlanta. He shares some suggestions for couples approaching retirement together, the financial habits of happy couples, strategies for better, more open communication in marriage, and more.
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