When it comes to retirement, men are from fishing, while women are from  —  stress?

That pretty much sums up one aspect of findings in the study "Men, Women & Retirement" from MassMutual Retirement Services, which found that although women suffer more stress and negative emotions during retirement than men do, they also seize the day to experience more positive experiences than men do.

When it comes to stress in retirement, 20 percent of women said they were stressed, while just 15 percent of men did. They were also more likely to report negative emotions. The story is similar preretirement, when 49 percent of women say they're at least moderately stressed  —  compared with just 38 percent of men.

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