{Giveaway} Sessions To Prepare for Your Folks’ Retirement

Meet Krista Watts, a retirement home consultant and coach. “I saw the need for a coaching service to guide women, 45-plus years old, through the difficult and complicated process of relocating their aging parents. The daughters need the most guidance and support. They experience intense feelings and emotions during this time. I love helping people come to a peaceful decision that they can live with in a positive way.”

3 FOFs will win a 1-hour phone/Skype session with Krista.

To enter to win,
comment below by answering this question:
What advice do you need for this transition
for your parent(s)

3 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes December 19, 2013 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

0 Responses to “{Giveaway} Sessions To Prepare for Your Folks’ Retirement”

  1. Beth W. says:

    it is not just between a parent and adult child, it is a family matter. my sister and i cannot agree on anything.

  2. smfsprout says:

    I need advice on how to relate to the parents as an adult caretaker, when they will forever see me as their child.

  3. Laurie says:

    Convincing them to make a change before your forced
    To under stressful conditions.

  4. Alex says:

    I’m having a difficult time choosing the right home for my dad. How do we know when it’s a good fit?

    • Krista Watts says:

      Great questions guys! Alex – I encourage you to sign up for my checklist which takes you though all the options of retirement home living and makes sure you aren’t missing anything! Beth – families are very complicated. I would suggest using a third party to mediate your situation with your sister or also use a care plan that you both sit down and plan and then implement. Laurie – I couldn’t agree more! Making a move before they need to prevents so many things including stress and health issues. smfsprout – This is something I see continually. I suggest that there many be things that you will need to outsource in order for your relationship to stay intact like grooming for example. It is best for both parties. Trying to keep your relationship from reversing is very difficult and requires you to step back and evaluate your involvement and if it’s crossing lines.


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