Lillian Dooies was forced to take an early retirement from teaching when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. She shares five things that helped her regain her balance after a sudden, unexpected retirement including positive thinking, getting involved in a hobby or cause you're passionate about, and spend time with family and loved ones that you wouldn't have been able to spend had you still been working full time.
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