Facing 40: How to Deal Successfully with the Changes in Your Life

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Kiplinger Books, 1993 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - 390 pages
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Your career is changing - you've probably mastered your work and can see where you're headed. Maybe you like that, or maybe you're ready for a change. Perhaps change is being thrust upon you. What will you do next? Moreau tells how to decide. Good health is - and should be - more important to you than ever before. You're aging, to be sure, but not so fast you can't control the pace with a good diet and exercise program. Special chapters show how changes in your body will affect your sex life. Babies at your age? Facing 40 will help you and your partner decide whether to start, continue, or prevent having children. Your relationship with your parents might change as each of you shift to new life phases, especially if you become physically or financially responsible for one or both parents. Moreau explains how to cope with what can seem like role reversal, but is something far more complex.

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Moreau, associate editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine and author of Ki plinger's Take Charge of Your Career (1990), dutifully devotes the first 230 pages of this guide to personal finance ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
11
PUT YOUR FINANCIAL HOUSE IN ORDER
15
Learn to Deal with Debt
33
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

DANIEL MOREAU was an editor with Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine for 14 years and is now a freelance journalist and the author of several Kiplinger books.

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