Archive for retirement

Executive Function—Don’t Take It Personally

Yes, I know, you were expecting part VI of my multi-part review of the 2014 edited volume entitled Addictions from an Attachment Perspective—Do Broken Bonds and Early Trauma Lead to Addictive Behaviours? I’ve decided to pause my review of Addictions from an Attachment Perspective and talk about a favorite topic of mine Executive Function. Why? […]

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UPDATE on Delaying Gratification and Valuing the Future

In my July 7th, 2014, post entitled QUICK LOOK: Time alone? Many would rather hurt themselves, I mentioned that when the future is discounted and not valued, it is hard to engage in such activities as planning for retirement. Well, the following article goes into all of this in detail: Retirement Saving Makes One Wealthy, […]

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