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I CAN’T use the phone with­out my re­cently re­tired hus­band tap­ping his watch or buy food with­out him query­ing the price. He’s ques­tion­ing ev­ery­thing.

The other night I shouted at him to get out of my way in the kitchen and he broke down say­ing he felt as if his life was over. How do I save our mar­riage?

JANE SAYS: Clearly your hus­band still has a lot to give, so calmly dis­cuss what he could do next. Is men­tor­ing or vol­un­teer­ing in his old pro­fes­sion an op­tion?

What ac­tiv­i­ties or causes could he get in­volved with? He has to re­alise this is a dif­fi­cult time for both of you, but life doesn’t end here. This is the be­gin­ning of an ex­cit­ing new stage. Make plans, look at your strengths and seize the day. Above all, hold your nerve and keep com­mu­ni­cat­ing.

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