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52 Questions After 50 Card Deck
John M. Gottman
The Gottman Institute / Card Deck / Jan 2016
Relationships (Self Help)
price: $19.95
2 pages
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Now that you’re older and wiser, how will you live the second half of your life? Set aside some time to be thoughtful about the big questions; it can change your life for the better!

In this functional deck, each card asks you to consider issues large and small in the coming years: how will you deal with aging parents? How can you let go of what’s no longer serving you? Do you have talents you have not fully used?

Each of these questions encourages you to examine:

Who you are now
What you want to change
How you want to live your future.
Can be used as a regular deck of cards too!

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